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Brooklyn We Go Hard Pop Up Store [Paris]
Brooklyn We Go Hard: a catchy, almost surprising name for a French fashion label. Since 2010, the label, who just opened up its first brick and mortar, has been taking ...

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Patina Vintage Rentals [New York]
It’s a typical story really, one we’ve heard time and time again: “the inspiration for my company started with a chair”. Not.

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Darkroom is So Sottsass!
Throughout his life, famed Italian architect and designer Ettore Sottsass worked across a variety of disciplines, all the while honing a colorful and playful legacy.

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COS Pop Up Store
COS’s signature minimalist style is reaching far beyond its clothes: this time it’s a mobile pop-up store that has COS written (subtly) all over it.  

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MYKITA opens NYC shop
Written by Tara Lange   Take a turn down Crosby street at night and follow the soft glow radiating from the art installation that is MYKITA; a Berlin based eyewear store ...

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COS Concept Store, Salone del Mobile
Inspired by the Atom, this minimalist pop-up store in Milan was designed by Bonsoir Paris for COS to house their Spring/Summer 2013 ready-to-wear collection for the annual Salone del Mobile furniture showroom event.

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Les Bébés Cupcakery by J.C. Architecture
Well, it was only a matter of time before the cupcakery trend went viral – and it looks like cupcake lovers in Taipei are now in for a double dose of yumminess: one part cupcake, one part design. 

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Graphic Tableware by Non Sans Raison
Nons Sans Raison has been on my radar for a few months now. Made in France using porcelain from Limoges, an ancient material with a very long history, this company prides itself on craftsmanship from the finest materials paired with an entrepreneurial spirit. As you will see in the selection we have made here their designs are […]

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What Can Wool Do For You?
A question asked and answered by the Norwegian Fashion Institute and Stockholm multidisciplinary creatives Byggstudio.