A benchmark label on the menswear scene since 2005, Hope stands out from its peers with its high-end basics with a genderless desirability. Here’s the story.
What if our entire wardrobe were produced by a 3D printer? This is the bold challenge taken up by American designer Julia Daviy, who intends to revolutionise how clothing is designed by using this technology. Here’s how.
Hyères is better known for its fashion and photo festival bringing together the most high-profile professionals of the day, rather than the Design Parade celebrating architecture and design. In addition to exhibitions showcasing contemporary design, each year the festival invites an architect to redesign the Villa Noailles shop. For 2019, it is Pierre Yovanovitch, the…
Over a year after the death of Azzedine Alaïa, his couture house is paying tribute to him with the revival of one of his boldest collaborations with the legendary sculptor César.
Created in 2017, the With Jéan label offers romantic pieces, mixing Parisian chic with casual style inherited from its Australian roots. Fashionistas’ favourite new brand, With Jéan designs delicate pieces that are already iconic!
Using digital tools to preserve heritage, the Google Arts & Culture Institute highlights one of ElektroCouture’s key designs: a dress combining haute couture and new technologies, inspired by an unfulfilled dream of the actress Marlene Dietrich.
Could we dream of a better showcase than Singapore’s freshly redesigned Jewel Changi airport to host the sports equipment brand Durasafe? Created by the Ministry of Design studio, the boutique by the name of “Durasport” echoes key point no. 4 “Futuristic Metallics” – ON AIR Theme in our new SS21 Digital Design Study and offers…
After Virgil Abloh and his Off-White brand, it’s the turn of Peggy Gou, the new electronic music sensation, to try her hand at ready-to-wear with a first collection just like her.
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.