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Meller

Fashion | January 4, 2021

Meller is a collective of creative minds, art lovers and trend followers. We were born in 2014 to transform the latest trends into eyewear and watches. We focus on the design and quality materials to offer unique and affordable accessories. Through our path, we have launched 4 product lines, sunglasses (44 collections), blue light glasses (14 collections), watches (11 collections) and jewelry (9 collections). Read more


Masculinities

Fashion | December 18, 2020

The Fashion & Lace Museum's new exhibition is devoted to the masculine wardrobe, from the 'Great Male Renunciation' at the end of the 18th century to the androgynous fashion of 2020. This is a first for Belgium; despite the fact that the country nurtures some of the world's most influential men's fashion designers, no Belgian museum has ever delved into the subject! Read more


The HOFF Brand

Fashion | December 10, 2020

The Hoff brand is a Spanish enterprise with international vocation and ambition. Its creative designs inspired in emblematic places from all over the world are attracting customers from everywhere. The company has created as well an Instagram community called #TheCitizensoftheWorld, formed by a huge quantity of creative and international customers that share their adventures and looks from many different places all around the world. HOFF started being a brand that was dedicated to the female customer but, after many petitions and requests from the male side, the company finally launched sneakers for boys which had a great welcome. Read more


Azulmalin

Fashion | December 7, 2020

Azulmalin Jewellery is inspired by great modernist sculptors of the 20th century channeling raw and organic abstractions. Azulmalin generates around the idea of creating timeless jewellery that will last from generation to generation. Pieces that will keep their shapes and only get beautifully tarnished. A personality that will develop over time. These heavy silver sculptures are made through a combination of traditional handcrafting and modern technology. Read more


Ortomatic Watches

Fashion | December 4, 2020

Ortomatic Watches is a young, independent watch company based in Italy. The company intends to bring a fresh take on the watch industry, by combining Italian craftsmanship with modern design. The brand will launch a collection of watches starting in early 2021 and releasing one model every six months. Each model will be released as a limited edition of 500 pieces, with each piece individually numbered on the case. Read more


HöbePergh

Fashion | November 26, 2020

HöbePergh is much more than a brand, it is an exhortation to like oneself that starts with the body and ends with the spirit. From the Asiago plateau, over 23 years of research and millennia of history, offer us a blend of pure natural elements, we develop specific solutions that are the result of continuous research, experimentation and phytotherapeutic innovation. Read more


Levi Strauss: A History of…

Fashion | November 18, 2020

In 1873, near the end of the Gold Rush, Levi Strauss & Co., named for a Bavarian Jewish dry goods merchant in San Francisco, obtained a U.S. patent with tailor Jacob Davis for the process of putting metal rivets in men's work pants to increase their durability. This small innovation marked a transformative moment in American style - it was the birth of the blue jean. Read more


FEATURED DESIGNER: Donna Karan

Fashion | November 16, 2020

Donna Karan, a pioneer. A woman designing for women. Modern woman-forward-thinking, confident, and self-assured-succeeding in the world, while pulling off the balancing act of life. Read more


YLUME

Fashion | November 14, 2020

Inspired from the light of South of France and specially Corsica, where the founder is born, YLUME is a brand of jewels (natural stones, gold plated and leather are used) and fragrances created with a famous perfumer in Grasse, the capital of fragrances in France. After spending 20 years in big cosmetic groups (L’Oréal, L’Occitane), the founder of the brand created YLUME in 2018, putting all her memories and passion for the south of France. Read more


THE DUST COMPANY

Fashion | November 6, 2020

When we decided to create the DUST brand, we took on something that was more than a normal business. Our ten-year experience in working with leather, the craftsmanship that we put on our work, do not only contribute to making high-quality bags with an elegant design. We wanted more, we wanted to be part of the experience of those who choose our product. The beautiful poem by Bertolt Brecht that you read a part of above is the perfect summary of what we wanted. We wanted to create "happy objects" because they are used by you and reflect what you do with them once you have them. Read more


Pablo Gioielli

Fashion | October 28, 2020

Pablo Gioielli is a brand born a few months before Covid-19, therefore very young but not lucky in choosing the most peaceful historical, social and economic moment of the last twenty years. Despite that, it has a great desire to establish itself in the market of design jewelry made for customers a little out of the box. Designer Paolo Aglione entered the world of jewelry at the age of 22; during these years he has traveled to various corners of the earth with a single intention: to see, know and make his own all that stones and metals represent. He chose to deepen this passion by enrolling in TADS - Tarì Design School. Read more


FEATURED DESIGNER: Jean Paul Gaultier

Fashion | October 27, 2020

Jean Paul Gaultier l'enfant terrible de la mode. From the uniform of the masses to the dreamlike fashions showcased in his catwalk shows, Jean Paul Gaultier remains convinced that fashion will always have a special place in our lives: "It's about a need for visual recognition, staking a claim". Read more


FEATURED DESIGNER: Lee Alexander McQueen

Fashion | October 20, 2020

Alexander McQueen was born in London on March 17th 1969, the youngest of six children. He left school at the age of 16 and was offered an apprenticeship at the traditional Savile Row tailors Anderson and Sheppard and then at neighbouring Gieves and Hawkes, both masters in the technical construction of clothing. From there he moved to the theatrical costumiers Angels and Bermans where he mastered 6 methods of pattern cutting from the melodramatic 16th Century to the razor sharp tailoring which has become a McQueen signature. Read more


FEATURED DESIGNER: Isabel Marant

Fashion | October 18, 2020

It all started in 1989 when Isabel Marant launched Twen, her first knitwear and jersey brand, at 22 years old. She held her first show in her own name in 1995 in the courtyard of a squat, with her friends as models. Read more


Laboratorio Donà

Fashion | October 17, 2020

Patrizia Donà is a successor of the long family tradition originating from the island of Murano, Venice. During her childhood, she used to spend many summers in a family manufacture, helping putting together crystal parts of Venetian chandeliers, whose production is a unique and unsurpassed process. So Patrizia grew up surrounded by artisanal works, in an atmosphere where striving for perfection and continuous improvement came to her naturally. Later in life, Patrizia Donà moved to Rotterdam where she studied Fashion Design at the Willem de Kooning Academy. She graduated Cum Laude in 2006. Read more


Waiwai

Fashion | October 12, 2020

Growing up founder and designer Sasha Arkhipova was exposed to the artistic process from an early age. Brought up in a family of creatives she was surrounded by art, fashion, architecture and alternative music as she developed her passion for form and material exploration. During her formative years she spent most of her spare time absorbing the curiosities of her native Russia attending various galleries, exhibits and watching classic and progressive films. Read more


RE-FREAM PROJECT

Fashion | September 27, 2020

The research project Re-FREAM is exploring the interaction between the domains of fashion, design, science, craft and technology, promoting a space for co-creation and co-research, where experimental projects are connecting artists with scientists and technologists for better human centered and sustainable solutions. During the ARS ELECTRONICA 2020, the results of the first round of co-creation residencies were presented online and are now available on the Re-FREAM website. Until September 30th, the project is looking for artists and designers to co-create innovative fashion concepts together with researchers using novel production technology in a second open call. Read more


FEATURED DESIGNER: Giambattista Valli

Fashion | September 24, 2020

Born and raised in Rome, Giambattista Valli holds a BA from Liceo as well a degree in Art. Influenced by his city, his Roman roots, the movies of Antonioni... Read more


Nike House of Innovation

Fashion | September 22, 2020

Nike opened its third House of Innovation, at the historic 79 Avenue des Champs-Élysées in Paris, continuing its endeavor to harness the power of digital to best serve consumers. Over four floors and some 2,400 square meters (nearly 26,000 square feet), Nike Paris, House of Innovation 002 gives unparalleled access to Nike's best innovations, athlete storytelling and experiences. Like its predecessors in New York and Shanghai, the flagship - situated amongst some of the world's most iconic landmarks - offers an immersive and digitally-powered end-to-end consumer journey. Offering one of the largest assortments of Nike footwear in Europe, modular store layouts that are consistently updated and exclusive Member opportunities, Nike Paris is the Swoosh's latest proof point in its ongoing commitment to transform the future of retail, while serving as a vibrant center of sport. Read more


FEATURED DESIGNER: Iris Van Herpen

Fashion | September 17, 2020

Iris van Herpen is a Dutch fashion designer who is widely recognized as one of fashion's most talented and forward-thinking creators who continuously pushes the boundaries of fashion design. Read more


THE LANGUAGE OF FASHION

Fashion | September 14, 2020

The exhibition The Language of Fashion at the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg (MK&G) sheds light on the significance of text for fashion products. The items on view are variously emblazoned with brand names or logos, political messages, typography or plays on words. All objects on display come from MK&G’s own fashion collection, including more than 35 items from the 19th century until today by established designers such as Walter Van Beirendonck, Coco Chanel, Jean-Charles de Castelbajac, Jean-Paul Gaultier, Tom Ford, Karl Lagerfeld, Martin Margiela and up-and-coming young designers such as Edda Gimnes and Flora Miranda Seierl. Read more


Ellius

Fashion | September 13, 2020

Ellius was born from the passion and love for history and the territory. Each collection is a story, a perfect combination of creativity, craftsmanship and passion, revealed through unique pieces of jewelry, just like you. Ellius is a registered trademark owned by Loren Jewelry S.r.l., a company which produces semi-finished products and that was founded in 1999 by its CEO Fadi Raslan. It all started as an artisan business yet over the years important technological investments and transformations were made, allowing Loren Jewelry to face and react to all the new upcoming market demands. Loren builds its success over time thanks to the high professionalism of its jewelers and to the quality of its finishes and manufacturing processes, becoming a point of reference for goldsmith companies in Italy and around the world and achieving in 2014 the European recognition of "Artistic Craftsman Company". Read more


BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE: THE BOUTIQUE IN…

Fashion | September 12, 2020

"We were young, rich and beautiful, and the tide – we thought – was turning in our favour. We were going to change everything, of course, but mostly we were going to change the rules". - Marianne Faithfull In the mid-1960s a handful of Chelsea boutiques sparked a fashion revolution. Changing attitudes towards gender and sexuality, framed by the socio-political climate of the time, inspired new ideas, freedom of expression and an opposition to establishment values. Read more


FEATURED DESIGNER: Antonio Marras

Fashion | September 11, 2020

Antonio Marras was born in Alghero, on Sardinia. The island has always deeply influenced his aesthetic. His fashion debut was the result of a lucky chance. In 1987 a fashion house in Rome asked him to design a prêt-à-porter collection. Their invitation was due to his dual baggage of skills: cultural - Marras has always involved himself in every form of artistic/creative expression - and technical. Read more


Fessura

Fashion | September 9, 2020

FESSURA, a company founded in 1999 by the Vecchiola brothers, Andrea, Giorgio and Marco, immediately distinguished itself in the design, production and marketing of Fashion-tech footwear for the Modern Family. All FESSURA lines are made following 3 key principles: innovation, design and respect for the environment. Read more


Heimat A Sense Of Belonging

Fashion | September 1, 2020

Giorgio Armani announced that from30 May 2020 the Armani/Silos exhibition space will re-open to the public – on Saturdays and Sundays, from 11am to 7pm – with Heimat. A Sense of Belonging, the exhibit dedicated to Peter Lindbergh, which has been extended until 10 January 2021. Read more


The Bespoke Dudes | Eyewear

Fashion | August 25, 2020

The idea behind The Bespoke Dudes Eyewear stems from a desire to better appreciate and promote Italian craftsmanship in the world by creating an eyewear collection that finds its inspiration in classic design and in the Italian menswear tradition. The minds behind TBDE are those of Fabio Attanasio, entrepreneur and author of the leading Italian blog about menswear and tailoring The Bespoke Dudes and Andrea Viganò, entrepreneur and Made in Italy enthusiast. Read more


CHRISTIAN DIOR: DESIGNER OF DREAMS

Fashion | August 24, 2020

From July 28th to October 4th 2020, the Long Museum West Bund in Shanghai will host the exhibition Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams. After enchanting visitors to the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris and the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, this unique retrospective comes to life anew in China with a fresh scenographic narrative featuring many exceptional pieces. Read more