The year of 2020 has started somewhat in a very different way for most of the world’s population, and as we face a quarantine that seems to be endless one thing is certain: fashion will change. It is interesting to notice that even though people will want to spend more time outside once it is…
From synthetic leathers made from fruit and vegetable peels to recycled nylon and waste from fishing nets, our rubbish has never been so trendy. Here’s a review of new sustainable fabrics that will soon be seen in our wardrobes.
The fashion industry is committed to always present desirable designs, and it does so by displaying the latest collections during fashion shows all over the world. It is an endless cycle of showcasing clothes and accessories that will be in stores in a matter of months, which will be eventually adopted by a great percentage…
During this lockdown period, we have had the chance to “Insta” meet wonderful people such as Marion Weber, the creator of the French plant oil brand Oden.
A fabric manufacturer for both interior design and ready-to-wear, since 1976 Tex Athenea has established itself as an expert in printed textiles, whether produced traditionally or digitally.
While the trend prevails, boutiques and concept stores are continuing to increasingly resemble art galleries. Bicycles are becoming design pieces and clothes works to be contemplated.
Since last March, the whole world has been contending with the dramatic event represented by COVID-19. Among lockdowns and many activities that have come to a standstill, every sector is affected by this worldwide strange time.
Initiated by the famous Japanese benchmark brand Shu Uemura 50 years ago now, with its Ultime8 cleansing oil, it would seem that skincare oils are creating a new place for themselves in French women’s bathrooms.
A tale of velvet, excellence and tradition. At least this is the story that Denholme Velvets has been writing for over 50 years. This high-end fabric manufacturer draws its roots not far from York in the north of England.
The forte_forte store The Italian clothing brand forte_forte has opened its first store in Japan in Tokyo in a shopping centre in Ginza. In the same vein as its Paris, Milan and Spanish stores, the shop welcomes customers in a light and delicate interior with materials that are solid to say the least, combining travertine,…