Archive for April, 2014
Gabe Blanchet and Jamie Byron met whilst studying at MIT. Agronomists and lovers of fresh produce, they had a dream to recreate the vegetable patch concept in our kitchens.
The 29th edition of the Hyères fashion festival, which drew to a close yesterday (April 28th), crowned stylist Kenta Matsushige its winner. He was awarded the Première Vision Grand Jury Prize on Sunday for his women’s collection Hinabi, meaning rustic beauty.
For the 29th edition of the famous fashion and photography festival, 10 upcoming stylists have been carefully selected to represent their work. Amongst them, here are four that particularly caught our attention:
If only happiness was as simple as a little green touch!
Launched at the beginning of April by a British startup, “Iconeme” is a new, free iPhone app, available to download, that will soon enable store mannequins to tell you useful information about the clothes they wear.
Stylists Peter Pilotto and Christophe De Vos met while studying at the Antwerp Royal Academy of Fine Arts. They were the first to embody the “print-and-color” trend in London by joining the young community sponsored by Topshop’s Newgen program, which gave them access to a small studio in which to develop their business.
At 11 rue du Château d’eau, just two steps from Place de la République, the 11th arrondissement’s old treasury has been transformed into a hardware store full of dreams, simplicity, beauty and luxury… Titled “La trésorerie”, meaning treasury, its name best represents the gems hidden inside!
Always looking for innovations to accompany consumers at all times, the Coca-Cola brand just developed a free app to make local volunteering easier. So, if unexpectedly you have a few hours to spare and you wish to use them being useful to others, the “Radar for Good” app indicates organizations in need of volunteers for specific tasks.
The Canadian high quality outdoors brand Arc’teryx has launched products dedicated to urban cycling for spring 2014.
A line of seven products, which focuses on a minimalistic look and meeting the aesthetic criteria of clothes for going to work or going out at night, was created in their lifestyle orientated range 24, which already covers the Mountain Life and Travel segments.