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This space designed by Francois Bernard explores new emotions and sensations. It showcases new standards of living. The spaces combine “geometrical, archetypal, molecular, and abstract forms to achieve simple, poetic timelessness”. These forms intermingle and reinterpret the elements of water, air, earth, and fire. New interpretations “invite us to ‘dream’ of their forms, their surface […]Continue Reading →
In this space, less is more. The key motto, “choosing the best by privileging less” examines designs which are no longer overly decorated and extrovertly extravagant. This is the “contemporary expression of an anti-bling-bling luxury”. Designs are minimalistic, inviting deep thoughts through the use of “bare geometry, simple lines, transparent materials, and lighter forms and […]Continue Reading →
This year, the Chicago-based artist collaborated with Harpers Bazaars for an editorial called ‘Where the wild things are’. “Playful prints and fierce furs are the name of the game as artist Nick Cave models his newest Soundsuits alongside this season’s wild and woolly looks. Photographs by Max Farago. Fashion Editor: Karen Langley.” This American fabric […]Continue Reading →
Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos are the designers behind the PETER PILOTTO label. Pilotto is half-Austrian, half-Italian and De Vos is half-Belgian, half-Peruvian. They met whilst studying at Antwerp’s prestigious Royal Academy of Fine Arts in the year 2000. PETER PILOTTO prefer to guard a little magic around their creations for the wearer’s own […]Continue Reading →
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