The Neotenic collection by New York studio Jumbo

Founded by Justin Donnelly and Monling Lee, Jumbo is a young design studio based in New York. The duo has just unveiled its latest collection at NYCxDesign: Neotenic is comprised of pieces with simple, generous lines that are made using metal tubes.

The collection features four pieces: an armchair and three lamps. Each one is based on the same creative principle, designed using wide, curved steel tubes.

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DA/DA, women’s clothing inspired by the male wardrobe

The starting point of Diane Ducasse, a 27-year-old stylist who trained at Studio Berçot: women are always drawn to garments from the male wardrobe, so why not create a line of clothes that has the same boyish style but that is adapted to the female body?

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Loup, the children’s clothing label 100% made in France

Created in 2013, Loup is an ultra-comfy clothing brand for babies and children with fun and fresh designs. The perfect companions for the everyday adventures of little ones. What’s more? From design to manufacture, the entire collection is 100% made in France.

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Football Boots: World Cup Inspired Innovations

As the end of the World Cup 2018 approaches it’s particularly interesting that apart from the game fever a burst of innovation took place. Sportswear giants, like Nike and Adidas, have set the bar high by creating the most innovative football boots of all times.

With the market being rather competitive, sportswear brands have to give their best in order to sustain. But let’s see what four major brands did in terms of football boots innovation, on the occasion of the football’s greatest event.

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Designer Jasper Morrison creates a minimalist soap

Odourless, colourless: British designer Jasper Morrison redesigns the modest block of soap by proposing a minimalist version. This bar of transparent soap made from glycerine, simply called ‘Soap’, turns a purely utilitarian object into a feat of design.

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Moser celebrates 160 years by opening a concept store in central Shanghai

Iconic crystal brand Moser celebrated its 160th anniversary with the opening of a monumental concept store in Shanghai. With its large mirrors and brass columns, the flagship celebrates the simplicity of forms and beauty of materials. To carry out this project, the brand chose creative Franco-Chinese duo, MVW.

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HELLESSY: When Japanese Minimalism Meets American Functionality and French Elegance

Sylvie Millstein, an experienced executive of the fashion industry, founded HELLESSY in 2012 and named it after her two sons Hendrix and Lennox. With origins from both France and Japan she is currently based in New York and through her collections she redefines sexy American sportswear with a dose of French finesse.

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