To celebrate its 25th anniversary, Freitag chose the studio Torafu Architects to design its new store in Osaka, Japan. In a unique style reminiscent of a kiosk, the Freitag store combines an industrial look with coloured accents thanks to the many bags on display. Freitag, which manufactures practical bags made from recycled materials such as…
Both LVMH Prize winners, the labels Koché and Rokh are today among the absolutely unmissable shows. A report on these (highly) anticipated… and celebrated shows.
Since 2016, Reese Cooper has been offering his own vision of casual, urban style. Made for men and women alike, his collections aim to be contemporary and slightly nonchalant, featuring practical, cutting-edge looks.
Produced from pineapple leaves, Piñatex® is THE innovative natural leather par excellence that is revolutionising the contemporary textile industry.
The clothing brand Wellsky has opened a new store in Hangzhou, China. Designed by the Xian Xiang Design studio, the store interior plays on the contrast between a futuristic aesthetic and softer, warmer decorative elements, reminiscent of the “Glamorous Wellness” concept in the SOUL Theme, in the SS20 Influences & Design Trendbook.
Susanne Holzweiler and her brother Andreas launched their eponymous brand in 2012. Moving from the world of accessories to ready-to-wear, the Norwegian label is today one of the most fashionable Scandinavian brands! Focus.
Born in the ghetto and celebrated on the catwalk, the MUF10 brand presents its streetwear in a sophisticated style, dynamically winning over fashionistas worldwide.
With Kvadrat, the Danish designer Karina Nielsen Rios is launching a new concept for outdoor upholstery fabrics that are both resistant and environmentally friendly. Here’s the story.
Delvaux, the oldest luxury leather goods brand in the world founded in Belgium in 1829, has opened “Le 27”, a new store designed by the Milanese studio Vudafieri-Saverino Partners. “Le 27” has been established in a manor on boulevard de Waterloo in Brussels and is much more than a mere store: it’s a unique space…
In the winter torpor of New York Fashion Week, two under-the-radar designers – Tomo Koizumi and Sies Marjan – got themselves noticed with collections boasting flamboyant colour palettes. A genuine ode to creativity in a transatlantic fashion landscape regularly accused of faint-heartedness.