Checked prints are coming back into fashion, making the most of new technologies and modernising their aesthetic and manufacturing methods alike.
Culdesac’s designers have created an ultra-graphic and above all very “Instagrammable” space for the concept store for the Pewter brand, which specialises in selling sports equipment. This new space right at the heart of Valencia, entirely decorated in neon lights, with a concrete floor and visible pipes, seems to be an extension of the urban…
Christened “Shift souls”, Iris Van Herpen’s new collection was inspired by celestial charts and interstellar galaxies, while starting an unprecedented technological revolution in textiles.
Originally known as Skunkfunk, the Basque label has now become SKFK. Taking an ethical and eco-friendly approach, the brand offers timeless urban pieces of exceptional quality!
What if technology were to surpass the laws of nature? As mentioned in the “Quantum Alchemy” concept – Multiverse Theme in the SS20 Influences Trendbook (from page 86), this dreaded phenomenon could be on the verge of becoming a reality. The reason: engineers from Columbia University have achieved the feat of creating blocks of wood with…
After designing the Milan flagship store in 2016, Kengo Kuma has just finished renovating a new Camper retail outlet in Barcelona. Located opposite the famous “Plaza Catalonia”, the store pays tribute to Catalan architecture with its numerous vaults reminiscent of Gaudi’s work.
Created by Marieke Meulendijks in 2015, Les Coyotes de Paris brand offers urban, cutting-edge pieces for contemporary young women. Focus on a timeless brand straight from Amsterdam!
Say goodbye to plastic packaging with an ultra-short lifetime and toxic production methods! Margarita Talep has developed a new kind of bioplastic produced entirely using organic elements.
The Florentine label Aquazzura has just opened its new showcase at the heart of Milan. Carte blanche was given to Casa do Passadiço’s interior designers, Cláudia and Catarina Soares, who have come up with a precious and elegant space inspired by seventies’ Italian style.
What if electronic objects were made using artisanal sewing techniques such as knitting, crochet or embroidery? That is what the artists and designers Irène Posch and Ebru Kurbak have asked, whose work combines textile creations and new technologies.