New York architect Neil Logan was asked by the famous street wear brand to take over the interior design of their Brooklyn store, and transformed an old warehouse in Williamsburg into an indoor bowl skate park, by installing a skate bowl in the back of the store. How cool is that?
After five years of work, 50 rue de Grenelle, located in the 7th arrondissement of Paris, has been transformed into a true flagship, complete with new and prodigious interior architecture.
Here’s a guided tour.
While in France we are already well-accustomed to Zara, H&M and & Other Stories, in Sweden it is new brand Gina Tricot which is inciting enthusiasm among young women, and especially among female influencers and instagrammers.
With modern, on-trend cuts and highly accessible prices, it will not be long before Gina Tricot becomes a reference in the retail world on both a European and international scale.
Fans of social networks, inclusive, demanding, on a constant search for authenticity and sensitive to the concept of community: millennials have completely redesigned the consumer identikit, and nowhere more than in the beauty sector.
To meet these new demands, Spanish manufacturer Lipotec has just created Expect the Unexpected, seven innovative cosmetic formulations packed with active ingredients designed especially for millennials.
An essential element of feminine vanity, perfume extricates itself from the traditional bottle to become an object of desire and even a symbol of a luxury industry that is gaining awareness of environmental issues. Here’s how…
To celebrate NYCXDesign, Japanese brand Muji has partnered with Ladies & Gentleman Studio to transform its Soho store into a peaceful indoor garden in which to display its products in a truly original way. Indeed, the ‘garden’ consists of seven spaces, like plots of land, which are each dedicated to a material used to manufacture the brand’s iconic products.
Elisabet Urpi and Nacho Umpiérrez , a Spanish duo in business and in real life, joined their creative forces to offer unique and hand made pieces for those who want to wear little works of art in their everyday life. Born in 2010 and since then growing slowly but steadily, the brand has already thousands of fans and loyal customers from around the world.
Wearing a T-shirt has now become an ecological gesture: Italian start-up Kloters has just launched RepAir, a T-shirt designed to eliminate air pollution. Entirely produced in Italy, the RepAir T-shirt is able to eliminate the equivalent amount of pollution that two cars emit in one year, thanks to The Breath technology, which is capable of capturing polluting elements.
Paul & Shark, the world known and family owned company based in Italy, is the epitome of Italian elegance and style. For Spring/Summer 18-19 season, an innovative project is introduced in order to prove that Paul & Shark is committed in creating garments for the future. It is called the Sharkhub Project!
New York designers Bec Brittain and John Hogan have revisited the iconic Aries lamp with a new structure and original use of glass. Exhibited at the NYCXDesign festival, the three lamps in the series are available in a limited edition of ten copies each.