Youngwon Kim, is a graduate at London College of Fashion with an MA in Fashion Footwear. For her graduate collection she designed architectural shoes that pushed the boundaries of form to a great extent.
Just the name of Swarovski conjures up images of brilliant sparkling crystals in exquisite configurations and the “Wings of Sparkle” stand for the brand at the Baselworld 2013 event, designed by Tokujin Yoshioka, interprets this glittering quality within its facade.
After its introduction at the Manchester International Festival in 2011, Biophilia, a series of albums by the unconventional Icelandic entertainer Bjork, was incorporated into a unique event entitled the Biophilia Education Program.
A magnificent limited edition wristwatch, the Masterpiece MP-05 was developed by the famed house of Hublot as a tribute to the performance and design of the most recent model of the iconic Ferrari, the ‘LaFerrari’, which was unveiled at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show.
Minnie Mouse recently visited Paris and Alber Elbaz’s studio on Faubourg Saint Honoré to pick up her Lanvin gown, exclusively made for her on the occasion of her 20th Anniversary in France.
A recent collaboration between the innovative design practice of Nendo and KOKUYO, a Japanese company which specializes in office furniture, resulted in the collection of modular furniture entitled ‘Brackets’.
The artistic collective of Quiet Ensemble was founded in 2009 by Fabio Di Salvo and Bernardo Vercelli. Their unique vision on experimental art combines nature with technology in order to produce visual, audial and graphic installations unlike any others.
The latest collaboration between two global icons is that of Marc Jacobs and Diet Coke. His recent appointment as Creative Director for 2013 is marked by the 30th anniversary of Diet Coke and the ‘Sparkling together for 30 years’ campaign.
As part of the 2012 Abu Dhabi Art event held in November of last year, the London based practice of Not a Number Architects designed an impressive pavilion for the Italian jewellery firm of Bulgari. The Bulgari Pavilion, as it became known...