TrendWatch : 3D Printed Fashion Collection
fashion
By Tal Drori - 01 Sep 2014
In today’s Trendwatch the real and the virtual blend into one another in a digitally-aware collection from Israeli fashion designer Noa Raviv.
art
By Ani Tzenkova - 01 Sep 2014
Bill Tikos, the tastemaker behind The Cool Hunter brought his vision to life in a 5000 sq ft warehouse in Sydney with the launch of an experiential exhibition; The Art Hunter.
fashion
By Ani Tzenkova - 01 Sep 2014
design
By Ani Tzenkova - 28 Aug 2014
FEIT’s classic collection of Hand Sewn High and Low have been given a clean and minimal update for Fall. FEIT’s new bi–color series features a two tone, color blocked silhouette for both men and women.
design
By Ani Tzenkova - 28 Aug 2014
Statera comes from the Latin word meaning ‘balance’. The designers behind this product believe that, as our lives get busier, our work/life balance can become destabilized leaving us susceptible to mental and physical stress.
design
By Tal Drori - 28 Aug 2014
Railway tunnels turn into London’s first indoor skatepark as part of Vans’ latest exciting project. The famous Old Vic Tunnels under Waterloo station have recently re-opened as the House of Vans.

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music
    Shura is one of the brightest up and coming indie songstresses to bless us with her sounds in 2014. Her fragile yet potent approach to pop is a blissful love brimmed deliverance inherently easy by the natural flow of her lyricism. The London based lady shutters out her subtle power on both “Just […]
By Alexander Tzenkov - 27 Aug 2014
photography
By Ani Tzenkova - 26 Aug 2014
Although she has already made many contributions to magazines such as ID and Dazed & Confused, Phebe Schmidt continues to create work for her own portfolio that are super distinguishable.
music
It’s not everyday that Kanye requests a meeting with a newcomer artist and personally flies them out to grace them with his presence. But then again Atlanta based Raury is not an artist that comes around very often and not one that shies away from such a meeting. Knowing from a very early age that […]
By Alexander Tzenkov - 26 Aug 2014
culture
By Tara Lange - 26 Aug 2014
Chowder sounds intimidating doesn’t it? As the summer air turns a bit cooler, cozy soups become more and more appealing. Use these tips by Food52 to concoct the ultimate seafood chowder.
culture
By Ani Tzenkova - 25 Aug 2014
Opso, the Greek word for “delicacy”, is one of Marylebone’s latest additions. Created in collaboration between the chefs Georgianna Hiliadaki and Hikos Roussos and the architects from  K-Studio, all from Athens, shows us refinement in Greek gastronomy, even in the English capital.
culture
By Tara Lange - 25 Aug 2014
Summer might be on it’s way out, but the desire for light, fresh, veggie-based salads lingers on. Full of flavor, and perhaps some ingredients you haven’t made use of in a while, these dishes make an easy work-week lunch or a weekend family style meal just a touch more interesting.

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photography
By Ani Tzenkova - 22 Aug 2014
Many are the chefs who work tirelessly to improve their most famous dishes which make us salivate endlessly. But Anna Lomax, a designer from London, decided to “prepare” the dishes for the menu today in the best way she knows how.
music
  Binding electronica with a soulful touch are Atlas Bound, the duo which put Australian talent and innovation on the map yet again. Conveying a similar vibe as a Chet Faker, they bring their own unique electronic flavor to mix.   “Soul” released via french label Cosmonostro is perhaps their most noteworthy work to date, […]
By Alexander Tzenkov - 22 Aug 2014
fashion
By Deeksha Mehta - 21 Aug 2014
Design collective Études has revealed a preview of their Spring/Summer 2015 menswear collection. The looks – simple, clean-cut, and innovative.
music
By Alexander Tzenkov - 21 Aug 2014
      Pop sensation, poster boy, the Gotye of 2014, just a couple of the associated titles singer and songwriter Josef Salvat has been attached with. As well as being compared to the likes of Sting, Peter Gabriel, and a more Pop oriented Morissey, not a lacking list of talent to be in the […]
culture
By nikita sheth - 20 Aug 2014
Brooklyn based fine art photographer, Rob Stephenson was awarded the 2011 Photo Urbanism fellowship for his project and book ‘From Roof to Table‘ where he spent one year visiting over hundreds urban farms and gardens throughout five boroughs in New York City.