Listen to “All Around The World” here BUY HERE Theophilus London is some kind of raw, yet wonderful form of edgy hip hop. If you haven’t been introduced by our previous feature, get used to hearing his name from here on out. London’s newest single titled, “All Around The World,” tells us about his 3 [...]
It’s not hard to see yourself in Carven’s S/S 2012 collection, and I don’t mean in a dreamy, “if only…” kind of way. Designer Guillaume Henry, who wanted “the models to seem like a girl you would see in the street”, and actually staged a passer-by scenario for his Spring/Summer runway, booking only fresh faces in [...]
Just take Lady Gaga’s word for it, and “Don’t f*** with a Mugler Woman”. Mugler women—as seen in the line’s latest Spring/Summer collection—aren’t scared to wear provocative, more-bare-than-there pieces, lofty, pin-thin stilettos, and their hair slicked back in a no-nonsense wet mullet ‘do. Although the Lady herself wasn’t in attendance this season, she did make [...]
To label Rick Owens’ style as a goth or grunge would be a huge mistake. Admittedly, the California-born, Paris-based designer has a subversive leaning that gave us draped leather jackets and strapped wedge boots. But as seen in his latest S/S 2012 runway collection, Rick is always bringing something new to the plate.”I try to [...]
Created by Austrian architecture and design studio KMKG, The iTree is a top-quality iPhone and iPod docking station made out of a simple tree trunk. This is hollowed out using a special technique and specialized tools, expertly proportioned to produce optimum sound quality through the speakers.
Listen to “All I Know” here BUY HERE With “All I Know,” Eagle and the Worm have managed to capture fun summer days of dancing and sangria. It’s full of funky quirks and hard-hitting horns perfectly complimenting front-man Jarrad Brown’s unique vocal sound.Eagle and the Worm’s influences are vast; they are a charming mélange of influences [...]
GOODBYE EDISON is a French manufacturing company of contemporary lamps. As its name implies, it is a nod to the disappearance of traditional light bulbs and the advent of new light sources. Investigating the capacity of the LEDs to spread a softer indirect light for the user. Its lamps are fine, light, exquisite and go [...]
The “most delicious” design publication of 2012 celebrates design and art for, and from, what is edible. “EAT!” serves week by week inspiration in the form of delicious designs to whet your appetite; with 54 designers, artists and architects illuminating visual trends and special designs from the area of food, drink and nutrition.
Neil Barret’s S/S 2012 was wearable everyday-chic infused with the perfect dose of rock n roll. The collection was totally unpretentious. I enjoyed his graphic experimentation with more traditional patterns like houndstooth, herringbone chevron, and nautical stripes interpreted in unconventional ways. The deconstructive lines added a beautiful texture on the jackets making the basic black [...]
Manish Arora decided to go more subdued this season, designing what he calls easy and believable clothes. Of course, as it usually goes in the creative industry, these things are relative; and from the moment Spanish actress Rossy de Palma opened the show in a holographic bustier dress,
Olivier Rousteing had some pretty big shoes to fill this season, as the new 25-year-old designer stepped in with the sudden departure of Christophe Decarnin, as creative director of the 66-year-old label Balmain. Having worked under Christophe Decarnin for two years, all eyes were on him to see what the young protégé had to offer [...]