Archive for 2013
Just like every year, from November to January, London’s department stores are showing off their magical Christmas windows to captivate the festive period. We’re providing you with some addresses you have to see that are by no means lacking in inventiveness, starting with classic Harrods!
This winter sees the great comeback of Christmas magic in Paris, only this year both big brands and department stores are bringing festivity to their windows.
Federico Cabrera is a multidisciplinary designer. He’s acquired talents in graphic design, styling, web design and fashion photography. Originally from Argentina, he currently lives and works in Finland.
Since October 12th, a strange pavilion created by Phillip K Smith III has been present in the middle of the Californian desert, its mirrored panels reflect light and play with illusions.
Paul Smith, fashion troublemaker for the last thirty years is currently exhibiting his creations and sources of inspiration at the Design Museum London. In a small space, clothing and revamped objects meet: the Evian bottle, the Austin Morris Mini Cooper, the bike, cameras and many other objects boasting the brand’s multi-stripe trademark.
Arlette is a small concept store hidden amongst the Grands Boulevards of Paris, at 20 rue Saint-Nicolas close in the Bastille district.
Massimo Uberti is an Italian artist renowned across the world for his light sculptures that defy the laws of gravity. His often simple and symmetric installations are the perfect reflection of his work most often characterized with one word: elegance.
In just a few years Augustin Teboul has established itself as one of the most disturbing brands of Paris Fashion Week.