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Nendo have designed a men’s shoe, for iconic Italian footwear and bag brand Tod’s. Nendo chose to combine two materials for the shoe’s upper – a soft leather for the vamp, and suede for the quarter and backstay – and visually connected the two materials with side detail like an envelope’s string tie.
Australian designers Deborah Sams and Mary-Lou Ryan, together known as Bassike, present a light and urban collection for Resort 2015.
The source of inspiration behind the design of the first Nikos Koulis Jewels boutique in Mykonos has been the brand logo. Designed by Stage Design Office, Stavros Papayannis & Yorgos Kiriazis, along with the brand owners, this new boutique has become an international sensation.
Zeus+Δione interprets the geometrical structures and archetypical forms of the ancient Greek temples, creating new aesthetic lines for the SS2014 Collection, through a subtractive and deconstructive approach of the rich Greek heritage.
Josh Goot's Spring 2014 Collection. Browse through the images of the Australian fashion designer's lookbook for Spring 2014.
Discover the Maison Martin Margiela Spring-Summer 2015 Womenswear Pre-Collection...
Converse has officially announced the launch of its second sneaker collection with French fashion house Maison Martin Margiela.
Cristóbal Balenciaga reputedly made only three journeys afield in his lifetime and certainly never traveled anywhere as far-flung as Asia. However, forty-odd years after his passing, the house of Balenciaga, with Alexander Wang at the helm, staged its own intrepid China expedition, bringing forty-eight archive pieces to Beijing.
The show had a dreamy, otherworldly quality apt for Dubai. Like the city itself, Chanel’s oasis set, which took two months to construct, rose from a rectangular patch of bare sand about a half a mile from shore. There were palm trees, cactus...
Photographed by Rokas Rach and styled Christopher Preston is Kris Van Asche’s SS/14 collection he called ‘Cognac Sport’. ‘Cognac’, because of the ‘elegant males’ it brings to mind. ‘Sport’ because of the colour green that brings to mind certain ‘all-time sneaker-classics’