A key player on the European textile market, Gipitex stands out with fabrics blending synthetic and natural fibres, dyed or ready-to-dye, all of exceptional quality.
After the widespread closures due to the pandemic, a number of stores are attempting to renew their selections and offer clever new ideas so that customers continue to desire, dream and shop despite the current context. In Copenhagen, Studio Viaduct has invited six artists and brands to take over the design of six window displays…
Already having been turned upside down and in major flux, the fashion world has seen its standards shift over the past few seasons, with the global Covid outbreak only accentuating these fundamental questions, namely the date and format of the presentations of the collections, or even the pertinence of fashion weeks…
The avant-garde clothing label presents a new jacket made from copper yarn. But what is so special about it? It is able to protect us from diseases and other malicious viruses. A godsend in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic.
After this complex period with coronavirus and the demonstrations beforehand, Hong Kong is finally getting back to normal everyday life. The best indicator of this return to normal is still, as always, the retail trade. We find an example here with the opening of the new Antonia store.
The internet has been the stage for the emergence of several aesthetics trends, and most of them actually end up becoming guides for the development of food, beauty, fashion and design products. During the first trimester of 2020, a specific aesthetic has gained numerous adepts: The Cottagecore.
A versatile fabric that offers the look, comfort and feel of 100% merino wool but also boasts in-built durability? This is the feat achieved by Cordura®, presenting its new product, Cordura® Combat Wool, which is as luxurious as it is environmentally friendly.
Department stores, fashion labels and luxury brands closed their stores all around the world with the Coronavirus crisis, but Dolce & Gabbana organized itself and opened its flagship store on Canton Road in Hong Kong.
Since April 2019, we have been diligently following the Do Nothing Club, the slow movement to learn how to slow down on a daily basis, started by two young entrepreneurs Marion Galtier and Bénédicte Hallion.
Reducing the environmental impact of its production? This is what motivated the firm IBQ Fabrics to form an unprecedented partnership with Seaqual, an eco-friendly initiative determined to put an end to plastic pollution in our oceans.