After a series of fashion shows each more fabulous than the last, Paris Fashion Week was also marked by a beauty event this season: the opening of Dover Street Parfums Market at 11 bis rue Elzévir, twenty-five years after launching its first fragrance and fifteen years after the opening of the Dover Street Market fashion…
Denims at the cutting edge of trends… and sustainable development textile technologies? This is what Portuguese firm Troficolor is offering when it presented its latest innovations at the most recent Première Vision trade show in Paris.
The design studio Masquespacio has designed the third store for Kento Shop, the Valencian takeaway sushi chain. Masquespacio expresses its highly colourful aesthetic and geometric shapes with a retro touch. A mix between an American diner and a traditional Japanese restaurant, the new Kento restaurant stands out with its originality.
A laureate of the renowned Genevan fashion school, the young designer has drawn on her multicultural experience to craft an inspiring first collection blending tradition and modernity.
This is a strategic turning point on the beauty market, which is on its way to becoming an increasingly green sector that is closer to nature and more environmentally friendly. Young brands are now following natural principles to break into this highly competitive and ever-changing market. Certain brands who already offered lines with natural ingredients…
With its new sustainably sourced cellulosic yarn, Eastman is paving the way for a whole range of ecological and viable fabrics for responsible fashion.
The new Yin jewellery shop located in a vast shopping centre at the heart of Beijing in China is just 10.6 metres long and 3.5 metres wide. Created by the Okamoto Design studio, this immaculate space with a minimalist decor perfectly illustrates the “Breathe” concept – ON AIR Theme in the SS21 Digital Design Study and…
In the town hall of Paris’ 5th arrondissement on place du Panthéon, Méghane Romagnoli presented her first collection for her graduation project at LISAA. Every year, the renowned fashion school organises a fashion show presenting its future graduates’ work. It is a way to get a glimpse of the up-and-coming generation’s work.
There was a real turning point several seasons ago in the cosmetics industry, which is moving towards becoming as natural as possible. Many brands are showing the will and carrying out intense research to achieve this.
3D printing directly onto fabric instead of via elements produced separately then affixed to the material? This was the technological feat observed at the latest New York Fashion Week at threeASFOUR’s autumn/winter show.