The Archiee studio designs the first En store in Paris
Fans of Japanese cosmetics love En products and the label has just opened its first address in Paris. And it was none other than the French architecture studio Archiee that was chosen to design the interior of this highly sought-after store.
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Ultra-neon, the trend for autumn/winter 2019-2020
A chromatic antidote to the gloominess of the winter collections, neon brightens up traditional colour palettes typical of the cold season, putting in place an electric good mood with futuristic hints.
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The tropical collection by Adriana Degreas x Cult Gaia
The American brand Cult Gaia and the Brazilian label Adriana Degreas are collaborating on a capsule collection! Infused with an exotic feel, the two brands have revealed cutting-edge swimsuits and beachwear with chic, refined details.
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PrimaLoft presents new 100% recycled fibres
An expert in cutting-edge textile materials, the manufacturer PrimaLoft is now presenting a new innovation with the creation of polyester microfibres that are chemically recyclable in one and the same circular economy. Continue reading “PrimaLoft presents new 100% recycled fibres”
Architectural structure for the Imarika boutique in Milan
The clothing brand Imarika has called on the Marcante-Testa studio to rethink the design of its Milan store near the “Porta Venezia”. Known for its unexpected material mixes and colour detailing, in this instance Marcante-Testa has created an atypical all-pastel setting!
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Cadieux Paris, a new elegantly sophisticated figure
In just four years, this European brand has succeeded in modernising the ideals of French sartorial elegance with a refined pragmatism. This remarkable entrepreneurial feat has propelled Cadieux Paris to the heights of the ready-to-wear industry.
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Batsheva’s conservative fashion
Running counter to current trends, Batsheva Hay offers collections inspired by Orthodox Jewish traditions and her conservative values. We take a closer look at a singular brand that has not gone unnoticed!
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Lanificio Subalpino’s Winter tie dye: the new trend to anticipate
What if tie dye weren’t reserved solely for spring/summer collections? This typically countercultural dye effect is putting a spin on winter looks to give a fresh aesthetic, blending an enhanced natural effect with classic influences with a twist.
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Trend: when furniture becomes iridescent
While the iridescent trend has already been popular for several seasons in the ready-to-wear world, as shown on our Instagram account, it is also gradually beginning to take over the design world. Looking as if it came straight out of a fairytale or science fiction film, the iridescent effect is inspiring designers to create furniture or decorative elements in atypical venues such as boutiques or museums.
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Paco Rabanne and Altuzarra: an invitation on a chic and glamorous journey
In an industry dominated by the words “streetwear” and “atleisure”, Paco Rabanne and Altuzarra made a bold move, banking on exotic inspirations with a highly nomadic glamour. Here’s the proof.
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