After spending the last decade as interiors stylist, creating sets for Wallpaper and other top design magazine, as well as shop interiors for Dover Street Market and Tom Dixon, London’s rising design star Faye Toogood made the leap into furniture design. She is now launching her
Brushes, brooms, cleavers, knives and scissors are just some of the quotidian objects transformed by artist Thierry Despont into these mysterious sculptures featured in Masks. Consisting of over twenty such works the series celebrates the art of assemblage and the powers of the imagination.
September 28, the Gucci Museo opens in Florence, culminating a year of celebrations marking the fashion House of Gucci’s 90th anniversary, located inside the medieval Palazzo della Mercanzia in Florence’s Piazza Signoria, the museum sprawls across 18,500 square feet of exhibition space and
A deluxe toy. Audi has created this electric-powered and half-scale recreation of an Auto Union Type C, grand prix racer of the late 1930s. Audi will be showing the “Auto Union Type C e-tron study” with electric drive at the 62nd International Toy Fair in Nuremberg.
Lacoste‘s designs have always been on point. Inventor of the polo shirt and the first clothing brand to pop a logo on top of their threads, the clothing brand is now 80 years strong and still synonymous with casual elegance. Now, Lacoste are teaming up with online style publications LOOKBOOK.nu and offering you a chance [...]
This month, Impossible Project is partnering with Ace Hotel to keep the visceral art of instant analog photography alive for today’s romantics. Every guest room at Ace Hotel New York will be stocked with a refurbished Polaroid camera and
Abstract and conceptual, as everything is in the mind of Helmut Lang, is his latest work entitled, “Make it Hard”. In this art exhibit, which recently showcased at The Fireplace Project in East Hamptons, “Lang has shredded his entire archive, after donating the rest of his collected work to worldwide fashion, design and contemporary art [...]
The Paula Cooper Gallery in New York will present an exhibition of works by Roy Lichtenstein from his celebrated Entablatures series. The paintings, realized between 1971 and 1976, will be on view from September 17 through October 22, 2011. The entablature is an architectural element resembling a band or molding lying horizontally above the columns of [...]
Rotterdam based sculptor Ron van der Ende specializes in wall mounted bas-reliefs constructed from found wood. The original color and texture of the wood is utilized to form a gripping and realistic mosaic. The realism is further enhanced by the perspective built into
Another great collaboration, this time between photographer Richard Burbridge, Italian artist Maurizio Anzeri and stylist Robbie Spencer for June 2011 issue of Dazed and Confused. Black and white photographs taken by amazing Richard Burbridge were exploded to another dimension by Maurizio Anzeri who is best known for his series of embroidered
One of Japan’s most famous and internationally-known milliners, Akio Hirata, is showcasing more than seventy years of work at the Spiral Garden in Tokyo – The exhibition features more than 4000 white ‘ghost hats’ floating around and acting as shells of the ‘real’ hats on display. This beautiful and dreamy installation was created by Japan’s [...]
Spanish photographer Jesús Alonso, has been selected to participate in the 9th International Fashion & Beauty Photography Festival in Cannes. His picture (see below) selected by the curator of the exhibition is part of the fashion editorial, published in the Romanian edition of Elle Magazine in 2008. According to