Photographer Line Klein and stylist Nathalie Schwer put together this beautifully experimental shoot for Broste’s SS 2014 collection.
They used splashes of color over a monochrome background, very minimalistic elements – such as raw materials, and food – adding life to the scandinavian perspective concept.
One of the most important pioneers in design history, Finn Juhl is rightfully called today – the father of the concept of Danish Design.
His house was built at Kratvænget No. 15 in Ordrup outside Copenhagen, together with his first wife, Inge-Marie Skaarup. It was his ambition to create a home, where he had designed every single detail himself, and to create an overall, general look.
He achieved this in 1942, when the building presented a gradual flow between different areas, rather than a collection of individual rooms.
Born and raised in San Diego, Deborah Butterfield first began creating sculpture in the form of a horse in the 1970’s using mud, clay and sticks. In 1977, she moved to a ranch in Montana and in 1979 began using scrap metal and found steel. For the past decade, she has been making bronze work, cast from “stray, downed pieces of wood.”
Butterfield carefully, intuitively, selects the branches and sticks which are used to “draw” her horses.
Early riser, or breakfast at noon; we all have treasured habits that welcome us into a new day. Wether you worship at the temple of caffeine, or break bread over your news feed, the ‘Morning Rituals’ series is dedicated to this experience – your start to the day with a touch of the unexpected.
The playful representation of our daily, at times autonomous routines, is the latest collaboration between Berlin-based set designer and stylist Rebecca Martin and photographer Rita Braz.
Maxwell Snow is a New York-based artist and photographer who studied at London College of Communication.
He’s known primarily as a photographer — for his almost painting-like approach to portraiture – but in recent years the work has multiplied outward from sculptures involving human bones and marble, to large-scale collages, to fashion design.
Mae Engelgeer is a textile designer from The Netherlands. Her minimalistic and modern textile collection combine graphic patterns, line play and subtle gradients.
The collection is made out of high quality yarns in black and blue, hues of pastel and hints of bordeaux and includes woven blankets, tea towels, rugs, and scarves.
Samuji is a creative studio and design house founded and based in Helsinki, Finland.
The first Samuji womenswear collection was launched in spring 2011, and a menswear capsule collection was introduced in fall 2013. All items are crafted out of quality materials from European and Japanese suppliers and produced in Europe by carefully selected manufacturers.