The e-shop PrettyLittleThing is revealing its first ethical collection this year! The British brand has designed urban basics manufactured using recycled fabrics and plastic bottles.
Mentioned previously in our article on Vollebak’s jacket, graphene is continuing to cause a stir. And for good reason. Discovered in 2004 by two researchers from the University of Manchester, André Geim and Konstantin Novoselov, and awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics in 2010, this unprecedented new material boasts a host of exceptional features.
Gina Tricot has made a name for itself over the past few years as a benchmark in the retail world with its trendy, feminine and affordable collections. In order to best reflect its brand image, Gina Tricot – in collaboration with Note Design Studio and Open Studio – has come up with a brand new…
Designing clothes with no environmental footprint? This is the challenge stylishly taken up by Happy Haus, a trendy young brand that stands out with its timeless ready-to-wear, entirely produced in line with sustainable development principles.
To make the most of the fast-approaching summer, The Shrimps and Warehouse are joining forces for a capsule collection. The two British brands have a selection of pieces for us with vintage accents, inspired by the Italian Riviera. With wicker accessories, floral motifs and gingham checks, a holiday breeze blows through this collection that should…
Created in the laboratory by astute scientists, these new dyes intended for the textile industry could well and truly revolutionise this sector, which is seen as extremely polluting. Here’s how.
During the Milan design fair, Dior revealed an unexpected collection of 14 exclusive design objects, created by Dimore Studio. The deliberately pared-back pieces in graphic lines originally blend materials such as bronze, gold, silver, rattan and even Perspex, playing with the codes of the luxury house.
As attractive as they are desirable, Faithfull The Brand’s ethical designs daringly prove that fashion and local production are not contradictory terms.
Created in 2007 by Barbara Hvidt and Tine Holt Møller, the Soft Gallery brand offers contemporary casual pieces for babies and children. Combining fashion and illustrated art, the collections prove to be poetic and inspiring…
A mid-season jacket that can say it’s both heated and elegant? This is the promise made by the Loomia label, which is today launching a coat with astounding technical and style features.