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squarestreet watches

squarestreet watches

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squarestreet watches

 

Founded in 2010 in Stockholm, Sweden by Alexis Holm, squarestreet designs and develops elegant contemporary timepieces with one foot in minimalist modernity and the other firmly rooted in traditional wristwatch aesthetics. All squarestreet products carry that distinctly Scandinavian touch. A certain cleanliness and sharpness that only comes when material, color and cut intersect perfectly. Curated goods made from meticulously selected materials and developed with a blend of innovation and tradition. squarestreet does not follow, nor does it lead. Instead, it lives by its own laws of simplicity, functionality and beauty.

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BeWooden

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BeWooden

 

They are BeWooden and they bring joy, style and individuality to their costumers.
They produce and design their bow ties, cufflinks, wallets, clutches, bracelets and belts by theirselves which are made from natural materials such as wood and leather.

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CHRISTIAN DIOR: Couturier du rêve

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CHRISTIAN DIOR: Couturier du rêve
from 5 July 2017 to 7 January 2018
Musée des Arts Décoratifs

 

The Musée des Arts Décoratifs is celebrating the 70th anniversary of the creation of the House of Dior from 5 July 2017 to 7 January 2018. This lavish and comprehensive exhibition invites visitors on a voyage of discovery through the universe of the House of Dior’s founder and the illustrious couturiers who succeeded him: Yves Saint Laurent, Marc Bohan, Gianfranco Ferré, John Galliano, Raf Simons and, most recently, Maria Grazia Chiuri.

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WALKER JEWELRY

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WALKER JEWELRY

 

Ready to wear and bespoke silver and gold jewelry, Walker Jewelry is made by hand by Lindsay Walker, designer and Metalsmith from Charleston SC. Making jewelry by using traditional silversmith techniques, Walker creates pieces that are meant to be worn through every season, and is focused on sustainable material sourcing and production. The designs are inspired by buildings, bridges, subcultures, and beauty, found in the Southern United States.

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What Watch

What Watch

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What Watch

 

Composed of a diverse international cast of designers and entrepreneurs, the brand WHAT? was launched in Brooklyn in 2015. WHAT? Watch is focused on rethinking traditional timekeeping. Its aim is to create products that are distinctive and interesting. Providing both great value for the money and truly meaningful emotional benefits, these watches combine digital and analog, technology and style, in distinctive and original ways. From Tokyo to Helsinki, Zurich to New York, the global design perspective serves to reshape the way how WHAT? Watch wearers perceive and interact with time.

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Notabag

Notabag

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Notabag

 

Notabag is a smart combination of a bag and a backpack. With a single pull on the straps, it transforms itself from a sleek eco-friendly bag to an easy-to-carry backpack. Inside of the bag, there is an attached pocket where you can keep your wallet or your keys. When the bag is not in use, it can be folded into that pocket, which becomes a hand-sized pouch and can be easily carried around.

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MEDUSA Jewellery and Taboos

MEDUSA Jewellery and Taboos

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MEDUSA Jewellery and Taboos
Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris, Paris
From 19 May to 5 November 2017

 

The Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris presents MEDUSA, an exhibition taking a contemporary and unprecedented look at jewellery, unveiling a number of taboos. Just like the face of Medusa in Greek mythology, a piece of jewellery attracts and troubles the person who designs it, looks at it or wears it. While it is one of the most ancient and universal forms of human expression, jewellery has an ambiguous status, mid-way between fashion and sculpture, and is rarely considered to be a work of art. Indeed, it is often perceived as too close to the body, too feminine, precious, ornamental or primitive. But it is thanks to avant-garde artists and contemporary designers that it has been reinvented, transformed and detached from its own traditions.

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