Posts tagged "fashion"
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...
The Fashion Movers and Shakers of 2014

The Fashion Movers and Shakers of 2014

As we go into the New Year, it seems only fitting to look at the new. In this case, new designers on the verge of having their big break in 2014. These are the names to look out for in the world of fashion this coming year and beyond. Anthony Vaccarello This 31 year old...
Acne Studio Los Angeles by Bozartfornell architects

Acne Studio Los Angeles by Bozartfornell architects

Bozartfornell architects has created the new Acne Studio in Los Angeles.
New Acne studio in Paris by BozarthFornell

New Acne studio in Paris by BozarthFornell

BozarthFornell has designed a new store for Acne studio in Paris. BozarthFornell is an office for architecture and design which was founded by Andreas Bozarth Fornell in 2010. The Acne studio is situated at 1 Quai Voltaire.
Precious trash

Precious trash

Swedish designer Johanna Törnqvist is making garments out of recycled textile and plastic material. She is combining craft and fashion into her meticulously handmade and unique necklaces and clothes. She´s refining recycled material, pleated and stitched together with the same precision as haute couture, to make a statement about our daily consumption. In her work...
Made in America: Rigid Denim Strikes Heart & Soul in Nashville, TN.

Made in America: Rigid Denim Strikes Heart & Soul in Nashville, TN.

Imogene + Willie – the life blood of rigid denim in the U.S. – has landed smack dab in the middle of my heart. I happened upon this gem of a company while researching nationally sourced clothing. I + W supports the “Made in America” movement, and signals a return to the need for American...
By Hand: The Art of Being Human

By Hand: The Art of Being Human

I have been following Katie Rodger’s blog, Paper Fashion since 2010. Her illustrations bring new life to fashion and the art of fashion illustration. Rodgers has a whimsical touch. Each project teems with life. Her signature hyperbolic rosy cheeks are my favorite detail. She adds depth, charm and nuance to faces and figures. Water and color...
Jenny Grettve A/W 2013 collection

Jenny Grettve A/W 2013 collection

After New York, Paris, Berlin, and her outstanding guerrilla shows on the streets of Stockholm, Swedish multi-talented designer Jenny Grettve just launched her A/W 2013 collection at the Stockholm Fashion Week. The concept of time is the central theme of the A/W 2013 collection, says Jenny Grettve. The physics and psychology that govern time have...