While the trend prevails, boutiques and concept stores are continuing to increasingly resemble art galleries. Bicycles are becoming design pieces and clothes works to be contemplated.
Since last March, the whole world has been contending with the dramatic event represented by COVID-19. Among lockdowns and many activities that have come to a standstill, every sector is affected by this worldwide strange time.
A tale of velvet, excellence and tradition. At least this is the story that Denholme Velvets has been writing for over 50 years. This high-end fabric manufacturer draws its roots not far from York in the north of England.
The forte_forte store The Italian clothing brand forte_forte has opened its first store in Japan in Tokyo in a shopping centre in Ginza. In the same vein as its Paris, Milan and Spanish stores, the shop welcomes customers in a light and delicate interior with materials that are solid to say the least, combining travertine,…
Transition from one fashion season to another is not a simple task as we have to figure out the new styles and colors to adopt in order to remain trendy. From street style to runway outfits, we scroll, click, and watch everything up close scrutinizing every video and photograph to finally pick the season’s best…
For almost a century, the French textile production firm has been offering a variety of products of internationally renowned quality.
In the wake of a lockdown period during which the global population is staying at home despite the arrival of good weather, people are already thinking about what will happen afterwards. Will brands be rethinking their store concept, which at present is more focused on the essentials and minimalism in the form of brickwork? Designers…
The LVMH prize is an award that has been thrilling the fashion world every year since 2014. On 27 and 28 February, the pre-selected designers went head to head, presenting their designs to the International Committee of 68 experts.
For 70 years, the Italian-born family business has been crafting quality fabrics, today recognised as being compatible with environmental conservation.
The Madrid designer Jorge Penadés has designed a store for the highly renowned shoe brand Camper using simple perforated metal profiles.