With the incipient rise of sneaker addiction in our country and especially on a global level, an event of this feature was long-expected.
Lovers of sneaker culture are lucky, SOLE & SHAPE lands in the capital of Romania to become THE FIRST SNEAKER EVENT taking place in our country.
Known for their ability to source unique vintage and antique rugs, LA-based company Woven Accents moved forward and created ONE LOVE. A collection of artist-designed rugs to highlight their commitment to collaboration and making art – whatever the canvas may be.
Designers Sebastião Teixeira and Cesária Martins, who are based in Lisbon, Portugal, concocted these 8-bit panties after an all-night battle of gaming which lead them to dream about women in pixelated lingerie. The designers are raising funds to produce worlds first 8-bit panties, for girls like you. The drawls are made with squares, fit for round bottoms.
Seoul-based artist Seon Ghi Bahk is known for his irresistibly light works of charcoal suspended by nylon threads placed just so as to take on a variety of forms, both representational and abstract. Currently on view at Zadok Gallery in Miami, Fiction of the Fabricated Image is the latest body of work made by the artist.
Located in Sao Paulo, this 60 years old traditional brazilian house has been completely redesigned by the architect Felipe Hess. The couple of lawyers living here are clearly lovers and collectors of mid century design. As you can see, they own original pieces from Jean Prouvé, Antonino Sciortino, Achille Castiglioni, Isamu Noguchi and Charles & Ray Eames and others.
Influenced by the simplistic, fundamental nature of nordic design and its emphasis on the durability and authenticity of natural materials, Vidur always work towards the same aesthetic ideals: a focus on form, fabric and workmanship in order to create timeless but contemporary garments.
The Drop chair was originally produced alongside the archetypal Swan and Egg chairs for the interior of the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, designed by Danish designer and architect Arne Jacobsen in the 1950s. The tear-shaped chairs were produced exclusively in a limited edition for the hotel’s bar and lobby, but sadly never made it into commercial production.
Ateliers Ruby was born from obsession. Parisian designer Jérome Coste raised in a world of mechanical sports and developed a fascination with the performances and uniforms of champions.
Centered on the search of the supreme quality, the objective of Ateliers Ruby is to achieve the finest helmets in the world, as functional as they are attractive, light and comfortable, with a discreet but distinct style.
MITOI designs his collections from Barcelona for the children around the world.
They produces and commercializes exclusive toys, innovative, simple, elegant, bold, colouring, respectful with environment, educational, safe and honest with the materials, to develop senses and emotions with the aim to share moments, and hours of leisure with the family.