Infinited Fiber Company has created an innovative and sustainable technology for endlessly recycling fabric waste while losing none of its original quality. Here’s how.
The country’s creative energy is reminiscent of Japan twenty years ago. This is a market whose importance and sophistication are exponentially increasing in many areas, especially technologies, fashion, music, architecture and design. A new market has thus opened up for European luxury brands, which are gradually setting up huge flagship stores, attempting to win over…
Japanism was the theme of the ninth Young Talent contest organised by the fashion school ModeEstah, which every year gives budding young designers the opportunity to reveal their talent. A competition open to all fashion enthusiasts without any prior training, which young Elisey Argirov won hands down with an artistic project inspired by the delicate…
Advent calendars with a chocolate each day are a tradition we love to enjoy each December. What if 2019 was the start of a new tradition? Say goodbye to enjoying a little treat each day; now it’s all about beauty surprises, the perfect way to start the new year with a flawless complexion.
A leader in natural and innovative fabrics, the jersey manufacturer is now offering a new holistic and sustainable approach to manufacturing these new-generation materials.
The Spanish studio Lucas y Hernandez-Gil, founded by Cristina Domínguez Lucas and Fernando Hernández-Gil, has finished renovating a duplex house in Madrid, named Casa A12. The project consisted in bringing light into a space that was originally very dark. Through the playful use of colour, the studio has also transformed the house into a place…
Dyeing our fabrics a bright, long-lasting colour without polluting the environment? It’s now possible with microbial pigments, as demonstrated by Laure Fernandez and her “Future Artisans” project.
Available at Sephora, Milk Make-Up and Glow Recipe create natural and vegan products. Revolutionary new ranges that boost the radiance of our complexion, hydrating our skin deep down.
Inherited from Korean tradition, Sun Lee’s paper clothing collection surprisingly pushes back the boundaries of the ready-to-wear industry in terms of sustainable development.
Architects and designers are becoming more and more responsible. They are looking for new materials made from waste or re-use. Spotted at the Dutch Design week in October, find our selection.