When sportswear codes energise Fashion Week
Putting a stylish spin on luxury codes to reinvent sporting fashion, Off-White and Vivienne Westwood’s shows reaffirmed physical activity as a creative tool for liberating and controlling your body, the polar opposite of the tyranny of thinness traditionally conveyed.
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Shoes: green alternatives to artificial leather
A health and environmental disaster, faux leather nowadays has to compete with innovative synthetic fibres that are non-toxic and environmentally friendly. An unprecedented godsend for the shoe market, which is in the midst of a full-scale vegan revolution. Here’s why.
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Goop opens a new pop-up store in London
Goop, the lifestyle brand founded by the actress Gwyneth Paltrow, has just launched a new pop-up store in London’s Notting Hill district. In a calm and peaceful setting that reflects the brand’s values, Goop displays its latest line of clothing, fragrances and beauty products.
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Kristina Fidelskaya’s chic urban style
Kristina Fidelskaya comes straight from the United Arab Emirates and is making her chic and urban style known. Her tailoring is impeccable with an androgynous vibe, we find out about this seemingly unstoppable, talented designer.
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SS19 Fashion Week: Jour/Né and Victoria Tomas’ sunny collections
Joyful invitations to take it easy, the spring/summer 2019 collections from these two young French labels – which we have been following from the outset – delivered a lively reinterpretation of summer style codes. A demonstration.
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Urban Shapes, the ingenious geometric bench
The founders of Nortstudio, located in the city of Anvers in Belgium, have designed Urban Shapes, an ingenious, modular and colourful bench. Jef De Brabander and Kathleen Opdenacker were inspired by the city and, in particular, construction materials to create a four-piece bench connected by a grid.
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The first Riccardo Tisci show for Burberry
A high point of the latest London fashion week, the Burberry Spring-Summer 2019 fashion show allowed Riccardo Tisci, the house’s new artistic director, to be officially inducted with his first, (much)-anticipated mixed collection. A show event that confirmed the stylistic vision of Christopher Bailey’s successor after weeks of teasing and the inauguration of a new visual identity. Continue reading “The first Riccardo Tisci show for Burberry”
Evolve Adventure Towel, the beach towel that may save the planet
A beach towel that is lightweight, water-repellent, sandproof and above all made from recycled plastic bottles? This is the technological feat achieved by Wayne Goodwin, an Australian teacher who specialises in environmental science.
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MatchesFashion.com opens a breathtaking new store in London
The online platform MatchesFashion.com reveals its new retail space in London. In an extremely stylish decor blending a typical English aesthetic with designer furniture, the space is a store and a media centre in one, with a view to creating an original customer experience.
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