Mobile, adjustable and guaranteed without waste, Michael Lefeber’s and BC Studies’ Hexa Structures are an eco-responsible solution to housing problems.
Archive for 2017
After the see-now, buy-now trend, New York Fashion Week has this season dedicated itself to a new revolution: that of plus size fashion, particularly by presenting models with entirely different body types to what we usually see on the catwalk.
By offering eco-aware collections made from sustainable development, giant ready-to-wear brands like H&M and Adidas demonstrate with conviction that textile innovation and environmental preservation are the keys to a sensible world.
Reinventing contemporary architecture to better respond to tomorrow’s socio-environmental challenges? This is the innovative project that Oscar Mendez, a young entrepreneur who makes recycling the source of a new and intelligent business model, is offering.
Following the success of their first collection, which was displayed during New York Fashion Week last autumn, supermodel Gigi Hadid and American designer Tommy Hilfiger have once again teamed up to create a summer collection for Tommy’s label.
The partnership formed by Joe Casely-Hayford and his son Charlie has for a long time confirmed its identity through a mixture of influences. Defenders of the chicness of London tailors, and amateurs of a terribly distinguished nonchalance, each season the originality of the duo brings a fresh and uncomplicated style to London Fashion Week!
Founded in 1997 by photographer Shoichi Aoki, Fruits was a Japanese fashion magazine that featured photographs of men and women dressed in eccentric, quirky clothing on the streets of Harajuku, a district of Tokyo.
On 1 February during the Men’s New York Fashion Week, designer of the Japanese label N. Hoolywood, Daisuke Obana, sparked controversy and mixed opinions within the fashion world with his latest collection, which was inspired by America’s homeless youth.
A major contemporary design trend, the vintage 30s and 50s profoundly influence our interiors. Round, pure and covered in soft colours, the homewear universe is delicately refined, like the furniture and objects offered by the label Red Edition.
A great mixture of vintage furnishings and a modern hipster atmosphere, the new owners of Chez Jeannette knew how to guard the authenticity of Strasbourg Saint-Denis’ cult destination. 1940’s lighting and “La Goulue” wallpaper remind us of past times when Toulouse-Lautec painted the cabaret…even the stucco ceiling has been conserved.