Since 2015, Dubai Design Week has made the capital of the United Arab Emirates a hive of cultural activity. This year, for its fourth edition, it was held from 12 to 17 November with over 200 events that took place in the Dubai Design District.
Drawing its inspiration from the Danish minimalism in which it is rooted, the label Rains is elegantly redefining the codes of rainwear, turning it into a starting point for a highly desirable wardrobe.
What do you think about celebrating the approaching new year wearing an ethical dress? With a modern elegance, Mother Of Pearl has designed an eco-friendly eveningwear collection. A great way to start the new year off on the right foot!
The designer Alykhan Velji, based in Calgary in Canada, has returned to his Indian roots to create his new Modern India furniture line for Mobilia. Composed of 15 pieces, the collection includes a wooden bench, coffee tables, a mirror, a console table and chairs inspired by Indian architecture and motifs.
Poetic ready-to-wear for women, Wanbing Huang’s fashion makes a striking impression with its dreamlike fabrics, real stylistic metaphors inspired by personal themes, social questions or natural elements.
The third edition of the Forum de la Mode: at the heart of a human approach, digital and creativity.
On 7 November 2018, Promostyl was present at the French Ministry of Economy and Finance for the Forum de la Mode, an annual event for the fashion and textile industry for the third consecutive time in partnership with the Ministry of Culture.
This autumn, the Swiss brand Odlo is launching a new collection of sports underwear in collaboration with the Zaha Hadid Design architecture firm. We discover functional and comfortable pieces perfect for excelling yourself!
Located on Strandstræde in Copenhagen, the clothing brand Mark Kenly Domino Tan – also known by the abbreviation MKDT – has opened its first brick-and-mortar store created by the David Thulstrup studio. Designed to reflect the spirit of the brand, the store boasts a minimalist design in soft and luminous shades.
On the hunt for new talent, Promostyl has decided to highlight the work of young Chinese designers who attracted our attention at the shows and presentations during the latest Shanghai Fashion Week for the SS19 collection.
FUSALP Founded by two French tailors in 1952, the FUSALP brand, known for its “après-ski” clothing, combines technical know-how with beautiful cuts. The collections are reinventing themselves by offering a graphic and elegant sport chic wardrobe. The retro-inspired products are positioned in a very contemporary urban mobility by appropriating logos and sport style.…