Create your own tailored skincare with the Romy formulator
Is your skin too oily one day, but then seems too dry the next? Instead of juggling between products, beauty start-up Romy Paris has created a care capsule formulator that creates tailor-made skincare according to your skin’s needs at any given time. In other words, a kind of cosmetic laboratory for use at home that gives you an immediate result.
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Is made-to-measure the future of cosmetics?
Fragrances, foundations, creams and skincare products personalised to match your tastes and the nature of your skin: personalisation is the new luxury in the realm of Beauty. More than a mere trend, made-to-measure is a new way of considering cosmetics that adapt to everyone’s nature.
The market leaders L’Oréal and Lancôme have revealed their new concepts that push the limits of personalised beauty a little bit further.
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Our Legacy, effortless masculine style
The standard-bearer of Scandinavian style, Our Legacy combines its sartorial heritage with contemporary fashion, blending timelessness and creativity.
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Fibres with thermal, flame-resistant and electricity-conducting properties: Litrax’s three textile innovations
At the latest ISPO in Beijing, China, the Swiss textile manufacturer Litrax presented three innovations that will revolutionise textile manufacture on a global scale. Three smart new fibres, L2, L14 and L11, attracted the attention of the brands and companies present at this trade fair dedicated to sports.
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Matthew Miller and Bodice, winners of the 2017/2018 International Woolmark Prize
Designed to support young creation, the Woolmark Prize this year went to Matthew Miller and Bodice, two innovative brands that combine aesthetics and functionality.
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Neutrogena Skin 360, the connected skin scanner that assesses dermatological needs
Taking selfies can potentially save your skin: with its new connected object Skin 360, the beauty brand Neutrogena is offering customers the opportunity to assess the state of their skin at a click. By attaching a Skinscanner to their smartphone, the user can take an extremely close-up photo of the state of their skin and thus assess its needs: moisture level, pore size, presence of wrinkles.
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Kreist, fashion made in Poland
While a wave of post-Soviet designers are shaking up fashion, the Polish label Kreist is playing its cards right, winning over celebrities and influencers. A demonstration.
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Marine Serre, the future of French fashion
LVMH 2017 award winner Marine Serre joined the official calendar of Paris Fashion Week this year. An inaugural entry into the big league. Here’s the story.
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Eco-friendly socks by Stella McCartney
Luxury socks made with respect for the environment? These were the surprising gift offered to guests of the latest Stella McCartney fashion show during Paris Fashion Week.
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Reformation, or when cool becomes ethical
Eco-friendly yet desirable: this is motto championed by Reformation, a Californian ready-to-wear label that has been successfully redefining the codes of ethical fashion since it was founded in 2009. A demonstration.
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