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The interior design for the new Puma House Tokyo, located in the city's Aoyama design district. Puma House Tokyo combines the brand's press room and event space into one space for the first time.
Every Spring in the South of France, the ‘International Fashion and Photography Festival’ spotlights young promising artists in the fields of fashion and photography. The festival proposes diverse exhibitions, professional panel discussions and two competitions.
The amazingly complex graphics featured in Mary Katranzou’s Fall/Winter 2011 collection are the subject of a series of photographs by Erik Madigan Heck appearing in his exclusive publication...
Funky, restless or reckless ... whatever you wish to label it, the Fashion Factory is out to cause a stir. 1100 m2 of stylish fashion pieces, trendy jeans and hip outfits await the young fashionista (and fashionisto) in the heart of the Kempen.
Andreas Eberharter, goldsmith and sculptor, founded And-I label in 2001 in which his works have been shown in fashion shows internationally from Tokyo to San Paolo, to Paris and New York.
The much loved grunge style of Christophe Decarnin, which made skinny fit tattered jeans fashionable as well as the rebel look for boys and the chic-revolutionary girls of fashion, is present in his final collection for the house of Balmain.
The Musée Galliera is launching its extra-mural exhibition programme at the Musée Bourdelle with the first Paris retrospective of the work of one of the great masters of couture, Madame Grès (1903-1993).
Just as Hilary Alexander wrote on the Telegraph site, “The image of a woman at the wheel of a powerful motor sent Celine’s creative director, the British designer, Phoebe Philo, into overdrive at the Paris prêt-a-porter season late this afternoon.”
His philosophy is based upon his love for classical forms. In his search for contemporary elegance, he aims to create a truly alternative urban style with interesting shapes, quality tailoring and experimental combinations of fabrics and textures.
The presentation of the fall 2011 collection of Threeasfour was, as expected, an unconventional one. Designers, Adi, Ange and Gabi habitually surprise us with their idiosyncratic methods. Unfortunately the lighting or lack of it, for this show, didn’t allow the audience to fully appreciate the creations.