Japanese Rain Captured In Bottles by Nendo
Yesterday, Austrian extreme athlete Felix Baumgartner became the world’s first supersonic skydiver.  From an altitude of 24 miles above the Earth, he jumped from a balloon hoisted capsule, and as he fell, he hit Mach 1.24 (833.9 mph to be exact), breaking the speed of sound.  Tuned in via the world wide web were over […]
By Amanda Jakubik - 15 Oct 2012
By Cyril Foiret - 15 Oct 2012
Sander Wassink is an artist and designer who encourages us to reconsider our ideas of beauty and aesthetic value. How can we reconsider what is important and what is desirable to include notions of history, memory and the preservation of a past which is slipping away. Amid new construction, new production, and constant proliferation of […]
By Sara Chou - 13 Oct 2012
By Sara Chou - 12 Oct 2012
Written by Guest Blogger Madeline Rudin The oversized blazer is back, and it made its big entrance at the Ann Demeuelemeester S/S 2013 show in Paris. Romantic and dramatic, the collection was inspired by the duality of butterflies, according to Demeuelemeester–a vision she illustrated through the variety of fabrics and lengths in her designs.  From structured masculine jackets to […]
By Michele Llanos - 12 Oct 2012
French designer Bouchra Jarrar has had an extensive history in fashion, first as Nicolas Ghesquière’s assistant, then working with Christian Lacroix before he folded his business. Jarrar is quite the couturier (although she designs Ready To Wear), her assiduous details of construction have given her a reputation of utmost respect in French fashion circles. She […]
By Guest Blogger - 12 Oct 2012
Written by Guest Blogger Madeline Rudin If Alice in Wonderland took place in a shopping mall, it may have looked something like the Louis Vuitton S/S 2013 Paris Fashion Week show.  LV set the bar high with last year’s demonstration and had no intention of lowering it this year as models took to the runway two […]