Activated by sweat, the technology behind this extraordinary combination relies on the virtues of probiotics to ensure healthy skin. Here’s how.
The Heytea concept is currently taking China’s tea lovers by storm. Like its competitor Starbucks, Heytea offers take-away teas with an incomparable flavour. Served by the chain in large tumblers, ‘cheese teas’ are teas covered in a layer of fromage frais. To welcome its many customers and uphold to its high-quality brand image, Heytea creates unique…
Elegant and intelligent, the “secret” Australian brand attracts a clientèle that appreciates high-end clothing and respects sustainable development.
Known for his athletic prowess, former world gymnastics champion, Li-Ning, today creates sharp collections, inspired by the sporting wardrobe. Away from the beams and floor mats, he adapts the athleisure trend in an energetic and modern way.
We cannot say it enough, fast-fashion is one of the most harmful causes of pollution on the planet. A statement that researchers and designers are facing up to and creating new innovative, biodegradable and natural textiles, like these two newbies originating from the depths of our oceans, Seaqual and Seacell.
In Valencia, Spain, Masquespacio creative consultancy has unveiled a brand new concept store for the famous publisher of educational books, Rubio. In a fun, futuristic style evoked by the “Quirky Wonderland” concept – the LOUD theme of the SS21 Design Digital Study, the store offers the opportunity for young and old alike to discover books…
Based in Los Angeles, Boyish manufactures its jeans in line with sustainability principles using ecological fabrics that require little water or toxic products. The new chic.
What if you changed underwear to obtain a more environmentally friendly wardrobe? This is what the Australian brand Bella Eco is suggesting with the creation of entirely biodegradable underwear.
Forget reams of Duchesse satin and Organza. Today, luxury houses swear by nothing but sustainable synthetic fabrics. Riding the ethical fashion trend, brands are now prioritising natural or recycled fibres for collections that are both avant-garde and ethical.
The Chinese design studio KCA has created a brand new bakery concept in Shanghai where the customer can buy their bread at the same time as learning how to cook in a graphic, colourful and highly Instagrammable decor. This project falls within a general trend for innovation in China, which is looking to become an…