This year at the “Maison et Objet” exhibition, Blackbody presented numerous lighting solutions for spaces from boutiques to restaurants. This system of OLEDs (multi-leds) incorporates numerous graphic lighting points for unique ambiances where the decor is just as integral to the project.
Archive for February, 2016
Whilst London Fashion Week is in full swing, here’s a rapid flashback to New York’s that closed its curtains last Thursday. Because trends are led by desires, here’s a selection of some of Promostyl’s team’s favourite looks of the week!
Neha Malhotra is a talented designer, who after studying fashion in London created a textile business with her mother focused on contemporary embroidery. Raintree was born between London and Bombay in 2003.
So, New York Fashion Week is officially over and if we had to choose an emblematic brand that’s representative of ‘New York Cool’, we’d crown Public School the winner. Two lines, one masculine, one feminine, conceived with the same sharp avant-garde sense of street style.
What will fashion resemble tomorrow, from its conception to its distribution? This is the question broached at Gaîté Lyrique’s Wearable Tech Exposition, using 4 intelligent clothing propositions: WE ARE CONSCIOUS / EVOLUTIONARY / EXPRESSIVE / SMART SHOPPING.
At the Interfilières Lingerie exhibition, Paris, we had the opportunity to meet Céline Jean, the designer of the new lingerie brand, Esquisse, who has signed up to the “slow fashion” movement. The brand represents a generation of entrepreneurs who wish to concentrate on quality by adopting this ethical model: limited edition, “Made in France”, and quality products for a better durability. Equisse works towards a better world.
What if the government created a ministry for happiness and made it a national priority? Riding the wave of full conscience, personal development, and improvement of public health, paradoxically it is the United Arab Emirates who have just created a Minister for Happiness.
If you haven’t already heard, from now on Barbie comes in shapes and sizes that are representative of real women (not just the Caucasian, blonde, skinny and genetically blessed ones). But, another Barbie innovation is soon to appear on the shops shelves from summer in the USA.
At Villepinte’s Maison & Objet, young Belgium design company ‘Linadura’ presented its lightweight and ingenious furniture pieces that have been thought out in terms of durable development.