Eco-friendly yet desirable: this is motto championed by Reformation, a Californian ready-to-wear label that has been successfully redefining the codes of ethical fashion since it was founded in 2009. A demonstration.
In an age when the image is king, when everything is broadcast almost instantaneously on social media, what is the relevance of a fashion show? Its function has radically changed over the past five years: it has become an occasion for a brand to enjoy this moment in the spotlight to show how ahead it is of its competitors. This season, this demonstration was given in the realm of technology.
With the Schwarzkopf Professional SalonLab, Henkel intends to revolutionise our visit to the hairdresser by proposing a holistic ecosystem of connected tools that offer a personalised diagnosis of the state of our hair. Here’s how…
While the decor of many hair and beauty salons is neutral, sometimes almost aseptic, it’s not the case for the “Crystalscape” creation by the Moriyuki Ochiai architects studio. Wanting to reflect the idea of healthy hair’s vitality, shine and volume in the salon décor, Moriyuki Ochiai designed a ceiling in the form of metallic and luminous waves, creating a shifting play of light throughout the day.
Making jeans that enhance all body shapes while being part of the denim trend? This is the stylistic feat Alexia Elkaim has achieved with Miaou, an independent jeans label that in a short time has conquered the fashion scene.
Generous busts finally have an ally for their size: underwear brand Triumph launches Seamless Motion, its first bra with “Bounce Control” technology, which reduces bouncing of breasts during exercise. Seamless Motion, a new model of the Triaction range, was presented at the last ISPO Munich, the largest trade fair for sports goods in Europe.
Enter a state of mindfulness thanks to a chair with an optimised design? This was the challenge presented to students at Aalto University in Helsinki during the last Stockholm Furniture Fair, which took place in early February. Here’s how…
UNStudio has been chosen to build a cable car system for the city of Gothenburg, Sweden. The ‘Gothenburg Cable Car’ project was chosen over the concepts of studios such as BIG and WilkinsonEyre thanks to a design which creates a link between the city’s industrial past and its desire to develop and expand.