Atelier Tao+C designs a monochrome store for JHW
Simplicity reigns in the new JHW multi-brand men’s store. A single colour – grey – was chosen by Atelier Tao+C to cover the entire surface of the store located in the city of Zhengzhou in China, echoing the «Galactic Grey» concept – ON AIR Theme in the SS21 Colour Trend Book.
Comfort as the new luxury
Nowadays the question of comfort seems to be at the heart of designers’ preoccupations. Freeing the body from all shackles, using high-tech materials that are more flowing than ever, creating airy volumes with daring cuts, etc., designers are creating essential pieces with a something of a futuristic look.
My Philosophy: Kroeusna Khaou’s entirely ethical brand
Created by Kroeusna Khaou in 2007, the MyPhilosophy brand reveals elegant and delicate looks that are perfect for big occasions. Committed to an eco-friendly approach, the designer creates 100% ethical, custom-designed pieces!
Thermore’s new Ecodown Fibers Marble fibre
A revolutionary insulating fibre that gives every garment created a unique and singular appearance? This is the technological feat just realised by the textile manufacturer Thermore with the launch of Ecodown Fibers Marble, a fabric with multiple properties that could lastingly change our concept of thermal insulation.
Iris van Herpen creates a state of hypnosis with her latest haute couture collection
Fashion designer Iris van Herpen drew inspiration from artist Anthony Howe’s kinetic sculptures to create a series of delicate and hypnotic silhouettes for her latest fashion show in Paris.
The looks of Paris Fashion Week: sportswear style and traditional tailoring
While the sportswear trend is one of the main inspirations for designers, it now appears to share its place with tailoring. Slogan sweatshirts give way to structured suits and minimalist garments.
Skin II, clothing with probiotic fabric for healthy skin
Activated by sweat, the technology behind this extraordinary combination relies on the virtues of probiotics to ensure healthy skin. Here’s how.
Heytea’s zen store in China
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 design boutiques that are as zen as they are fun. In Xiamen, Heytea has just opened a new store inspired by ‘shanshui’, traditional Chinese paintings.
Lee Mathews, the ethical brand of the summer
Elegant and intelligent, the “secret” Australian brand attracts a clientèle that appreciates high-end clothing and respects sustainable development.