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The dark side of fashion: The True Cost will change how you shop

The dark side of fashion: The True Cost will change how you shop

Since the Industrial Revolution over 150 years ago, the price of clothing has slowly but steadily been falling. When mass production began to move to overseas countries with minimal regulation, the prices dropped even further. Today clothing is as cheap as it’s ever been, and consumers can find dresses, although not of high quality, that...
3D-printed performance footwear from Adidas

3D-printed performance footwear from Adidas

Adidas today unveiled the future of performance footwear with Futurecraft 3D, a unique 3D-printed running shoe midsole which can be tailored to the cushioning needs of an individual’s foot. The 3D concept is part of the ‘Futurecraft series’, a forward- looking initiative that places open source collaboration and craftsmanship at the heart of design to...
GARAGE models develop a virtual life of their own

GARAGE models develop a virtual life of their own

The 8th edition of the magazine GARAGE has a multi-cover featuring five of the most sought-after models in the world at present; Cara Delevingne, Kendall Jenner, Joan Smalls, Lara Stone and Binx Walton. But the readers of GARAGE will only find out what is so special about this cover when it is scanned using the...
Nothing to Wear

Nothing to Wear

The exhibition Nothing to Wear by Pia Mouwitz challenges the idea that I do not have anything to wear. With a picture of all my clothes, I want to see for myself and try to understand the value of each garment and what meaning they actually have. The presentation of all the 315 garments from...
adidas unveils Ultra BOOST

adidas unveils Ultra BOOST

adidas has just unveiled a new shoe concept called Ultra BOOST at a guarded launch location in New York City the other day. Attending athletes and guests experienced the Ultra BOOST through state-of- the-art live testing demonstrations using the ARAMIS system also used by top engineering institutions like NASA, Boeing and Audi to measure crash...
Timeless style and renowned durability from Belstaff

Timeless style and renowned durability from Belstaff

At David Report we like the timeless style of the Belstaff apparel. The company was founded back in 1924 in Stoke on Trent and their thirst for adventure was sparked by the invention of water resistant waxed cotton, which they went on to utilise across a range of now iconic motorcyle apparel. Worn by everyone...
Wear it Loud

Wear it Loud

Wear it Loud is a jewelry exhibition which showcase art jewelry as a fashion statement. The idea is to providing fashion lovers with an alternative to the jewelry regularly featured in fashion publications. One of the artists is Swedish Johanna Törnqvist who will show a piece of jewelry called Vingklippt (Pinioned) made out of reused...
Four Key Trends for Summer

Four Key Trends for Summer

Now that it’s finally spring, and temperatures are slowly, but surely rising, many of us are anticipating breaking out our spring and summer clothes. There’s something liberating mentally, as well as physically, about that first day of spring when you don’t need to wear your winter coat. Spring also means, of course, a new set...
Highway to hell

Highway to hell

The designer duo Studio Job are continuing their collaboration with the fashion brand Viktor & Rolf. For the show in Paris Studio Job transformed the catwalk into a grey tarmac road complete with white traffic markings and street lights.  
Crisp, graphic and playful scarf by OeO for Kamawanu

Crisp, graphic and playful scarf by OeO for Kamawanu

Japanese company Kamawanu is specialised in the making of tenugui, a hand-dyed rectangular cloth traditionally used in Japan as functional everyday housewares. Now Kamawanu is launching a graphic collection of vividly coloured scarves to the international market designed by Copenhagen-based OeO Design Studio. Made from 100% cotton and produced in Japan, each scarf is rendered...