Always at the cutting edge of technological innovation, the Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei has just launched the “Fashion Flair” programme, a new approach to fashion design based on the use of… a mobile phone.
Clothes that “wash themselves” without having to put them in the machine or take them to the dry cleaner’s: dream or reality? In collaboration with the textile manufacturer Uchino Japan, the Dutch label Senscommon today presented a capsule collection of pieces with self-purifying properties.
The Dongqi Architects studio has just finished renovating the ANZHI concept store located in M50, Shanghai’s famous art district. In a dark and hypnotic décor, the creative teams have displayed Buddhist shrines and given free rein to the artist Lin Wanshan to unveil an interactive art installation there, simply entitled “Space”.
After music and film, Rihanna is now heading her own luxury fashion house based at the heart of the French capital. The influencer takes her inspiration from the male wardrobe in the design of sophisticated urban pieces to take a look at now!
Announced last February, the Karl Lagerfeld x Olivia Palermo collaboration revealed all the pieces in the collection. This capsule collection highly awaited is released this Thursday, 27 of June.
What will the fashion of the future look like? Quite unexpectedly, Louis Vuitton has provided a convincing initial response to this eternal question with a line of handbags boasting futuristic features.
The sneakers brand Subtype has just unveiled a new store right at the heart of Melbourne, Australia. To create an original and modern environment that best reflects the brand’s street style, the designers from Noise Noise Noise studio have devised a space that mixes materials, blending industrial and futuristic influences to create a highly Instagrammable…
Who said that you needed to go to fashion school to become a designer? Certainly not Jeff Abrams, the founder of the Californian label without any specific training.
After a number of collaborations with brands such as Hanes and Champion, Re/Done is teaming up with the Italian label The Attico this summer. The fusion of two radically different worlds, united by a shared passion for revisited vintage pieces.
Geometric shapes, seventies inspiration and minimal design: this seems to be the trend emerging in technical fabrics, imbuing sportswear lines with this new fashion mood.