For her first collection of chairs, English designer Lara Bohinc drew inspiration from the planets and their orbits. Entitled ‘Since the World’, this heavenly collection features three geometric chairs called Solar, Lunar and Orbit.
Archive for 2018
Japanese architect Akihisa Hirata has just completed the construction of a multi-storey building in Tokyo that blurs the boundaries between indoor and outdoor space. Already known for his architectural work inspired by the forms and elements of nature, with his Tree Ness House, Akihisa Hirata has created a tangled construction which promotes the circulation of light and the development of green spaces.
Riding on the high of its explosive success, a fashion label with well-established mechanisms of digital influences disseminates creations that exude suggestive glamour against the backdrop of a reinvented business model.
If you were wondering what Nike’s next innovation will be, you should meet Flyknit 360 the new, 3D printed sneaker that is about to change the way we run! Inspired by the common runner feedback, Flyknit is a shoe with the qualities of a sock.
PROMOSTYL ANALYSES THE CATWALK BY DESIGNER AND REVEALS THE INSPIRATIONS, HIGHLIGHTS THE KEY ELEMENTS OF THEIR COLLECTIONS.
In China, Infinity Nide studio have created a restaurant that pushes the boundaries of cultural fusion, mixing a traditional concept with a resolutely contemporary interior design.
Five performance spaces spread out over 35 hectares, located in a 116-hectare subtropical nature park: In October 2018, Taiwan’s National Kaohsiung Center for the Arts will become the largest arts centre in the world.
While we often talk about plus-size collections in fashion, there is less to be said about petite sizes: a handful of the big brands offer collections for smaller customers, but often without taking into account their stylistic desires. New York-based brand Petite Studio looks set to buck this trend: this chic and trendy fashion label is specially designed for smaller sizes.
This year, PROMOSTYL collaborated with a new partnership, Global Fashion Startup
When 60 years ago, LYCRA®, a brand owned by INVISTA, invented a stretchy and versatile fiber that can be used across every garment category, a revolution took place within the fashion industry as comfort, fit and flexibility entered our everyday lives and redefined how clothing feels.
Presented last month at Kingpins Denim Show in Amsterdam, LYCRA T400 is the new fiber invented by INVISTA.