Back to Work: Art Meets Fashion at the ‘Workwear’ Exhibition in Milan

21 August 2014 No Comments

What is the dress code for an imaginary job? Find out at the ‘Workwear’ fashion exhibition at Milan’s Triennale, open until 31 August 2014. [...]

The Next Black: A Film About The Future of Clothing

A 45-minute documentary exploring the future of clothing, produced by home appliance manufacturer AEG, aims to anticipate future washing needs as well as contribute to making the clothing industry more sustainable. [...]

Yulia Yadryshnikova & Luca Nichetto: Fashion Meets Furniture at NYC’s Design Week

At this year’s New York Design Week, fashion meets furniture with the 50/50 Episode II capsule collection, the outcome of a rather unusual collaboration between Yulia Yadryshnikova and Luca Nichetto. [...]

The Fashionable Selby

13 May 2014 No Comments

In the latest installment in The Selby series, the Fashionable Selby takes a peek into the studios, workshops and homes of the fashion world’s most influential and inspiring creative figures. [...]

Felix&Frame Pop-up Store by i29 At The Monumental Felix Meritis Residence, Amsterdam

For the coming six months, Felix &Foam will be the place where art, culture and events come together. The building's seven rooms, bar and foyer will be packed with exhibitions, film screenings, events, a restaurant and a new fashion and design concept store by Frame Magazine designed by Dutch interiors studio i29. [...]

Christian Louboutin’s SS14 Collection Photographed As Impressionist Art by Peter Lippmann

16 April 2014 No Comments

For his colourful new spring-summer collection of shoes and handbags, Christian Louboutin commissioned long-time collaborator, photographer Peter Lippmann to create the collection’s lookbook, drawing inspiration from the work of European impressionist masters such as Vincent van Gogh and Claude Monet. [...]

The Intricate (And Non-Wearable) Fashion of Nikoline Liv Andersen

08 April 2014 No Comments

Working on the intersection between fashion design and visual art, Danish fashion designer Nikoline Liv Andersen creates elaborate garments that are not meant to be worn. Instead, they are almost a  stage for experimentation and for telling stories about human nature and our way of life. Read her interview she gave us on the occasion of her participating in this year’s Ventura Lambrate in Milan. [...]

POSTexhibition: Fashion Films Take Centre Stage Inside A Former Renaissance Church

29 March 2014 No Comments

The digital and physical merge into an interactive display courtesy of London's POSTmatter agency. [...]