Dutch self-taught designer Aldo Bakker presents currently a retrospective of his artifacts at Mudac – ‘Musée de design et d’arts appliqués contemporains’.
Cloak‘s simplistic approach to design is partly due to to it’s Swiss roots. As the founding Ruckstuhl family has a legacy of more than one hundred years of carpet weaving in Switzerland, Cloak is able to combine the ancient craft of carpet making with a contemporary design approach.
As with all her previous collections, Stefanie Biggel‘s newest look book brings to life another illustrated fantasy in the form of fabrics, colours and textures.
It’s clear that the Swiss contemporary artist Sylvie Fleury means to transform everything she touches into pure gold, like a contemporary alchemist!
Swiss designer Julian Zigerli’s debut autumn/winter collection 2011, “Sugar, spice, and everything nice“, found it’s followers all around the globe building the foundation to the upcoming Spring/Summer 2012 Collection “Over stick and stone“. Involving a lot of jacket backpack hybrids his innovative and detail-loving signature look sprawls from