The son of the legendary Italian designer presented the first collection of his RRR Triple label at the latest edition of Pitti Uomo.
Want to dress your youngest with taste and originality, at the same time as respecting their need to move? Then look to the Spanish coast: Barcelona-based and made by local craftsmen, Picnik offers a colourful wardrobe for children from three months to eight years old, featuring fresh and imaginative basics made from quality materials that are perfect for carefree play and exploration.
In Beijing, Soda Architects studio has drawn inspiration from underwater flora and fauna to create a magical restaurant.
A pedestrian crossing that lights up as you cross, a lane that opens and closes depending on the traffic… Welcome to the smart roads of the future, which can even react in real time, depending on relevant events.
Making clothes, and more specifically shoes, more intelligent is the idea Adidas had in mind with these trainers, which double up as underground tickets for Berlin’s public transport system.
Having already met with success in Sao Paulo, hotel brand Emiliano has finalised its new building in Rio de Janeiro, just off Copacabana beach.
Ten years after its creation, the Hungarian label, which owes its recent popularity to Instagram, is now experiencing a new lease of life.
In late June, KIA Motors celebrated the official opening of its new futuristic experience centre, BEAT 360, in downtown Seoul, Korea. Aiming to enrich its customers’ visits, inside the building it offers exclusive connected spaces, while on the outside it boasts a unique architectural façade.
Fashion is become ever-more inclusive. But how to respond to this demand at the same time as limiting production costs? A sewing studio in Lyon has found the solution: Audrey-Laure Bergenthal, a former lawyer who has now turned to fashion, has created Euveka, a mannequin who can adapt her measurements on demand, changing from a size 36 to a 48 with a simple helping hand, allowing workshops to create their full range on just one mannequin.
The city of Guadalajara, Mexico, sees life in white. Architect Abraham Cota Paredes has seized the visual identity of L’Occoco, one of the country’s biggest hairdressing chains, and applied his signature minimalism: everything from floor to ceiling, including the furniture, is immaculately white.