Technology During Men’s Fashion Week Paris Men’s fashion week has changed a lot in the past few years. When covid hit so many things were shut down and turned around. The fashion world has been able to persevere and innovate its processes to adapt to the new pandemic age. They have used technology for live-streamed fashion shows as a way to continue to display collections while following regulations. In-Person and Online Shows In 2022, there is both a mix of online shows and in-person shows during the Paris Men’s Fashion Week. The in-person show’s guest count has been cut in half, but when there is a chance to go back to the way we love to see fashion brands like Kenzo, Dior, Louis Vuitton, and Ami Paris take what they can. Those brands have added as much drama and fun as possible to make up for how they have had to run in the past. Men’s fashion week is coming to a close, but in Paris, it is on to the next where couture week is about, to begin with, the same hybrid concept of in-person and online shows to continue on for some time. You can find more information […]Read On
A JAPANESE BRAND THAT PRODUCES VERSATILE ORIGAMI BAGS. THANKS TO THEIR ECO-FRIENDLY FABRICS AND ORIGINAL DESIGN, YOU CAN MOVE IT AND CREATE THE PURSE THAT YOU WANT. VERY EASY TO WEAR AND FUNCTIONAL AS WELL, IT CAN EASILY BE ADAPTED TO A MODERN LIFESTYLE. USE YOUR CREATIVITY TO MAKE YOUR OWN BAG UNIQUE AND ORIGINAL.HANAA FU IS A COMBINATION OF TRADITIONAL AND MODERN SENSIBILITY. BEST DESCRIBED, THE HANAA-FU BRAND EMBODIES FUNCTIONAL YET ELEGANT DESIGN COMBINED WITH A FLARE FOR JAPANESE POP MODERNISM. THESE PRODUCTS ARE AVAILABLE IN A LOT OF COLORS, SHAPES AND SIZES.Read On
“Interprets fashion as an art form and a constant search for constant wonder.” Dimitar Dradi was born in Bulgaria. Therefore, his concept of art reflects his determined character, curious and full of inventiveness and creativity. Along with his personality, the designer considers Fashion as an art form and a constant search for constant wonder. Moreover, these approaches translate into the sculpture dresses of the THE CROWN OF LOVE collection. Additionally, the CROWN OF LOVE collection is made of paper and eco-leather with the art of origami. The large volumes are inspired by the African fetish. The same was already published in December 2015 on Yute Magazine. Awards But also in the TV Dimitar Dradi have a great resonance and visibility! This is the rich excursus of participation and awards: May 2016 winner of the talent show “Accademia della Moda” by Gianni Molaro on TV Rai 2 in the “Detto Fatto” broadcast. July 2016 first place in the “Moda Città della Cascata” competition, Isola del Liri. September 2016: winner of the “Fashion Camera National Young Fashion Designers’ Award during Milan Fashion Week October 2016 he participated in the final evening of the” Mia Martini Award “in Bagnara Calabra. October 2016 “Musa […]Read On
This International Women’s Day on the 8th of March, Sophie Stique presents it’s new Spring Summer 2018 collection to celebrate women and style! According to an African proverb: “If women lower their arms the sky falls”. On the occasion of this day, Sophie Stique proposes to celebrate all the strength and passion of every woman. The brand Sophie Stique means refined garments, always well kept but without forgetting comfort, never banal and why not, a little naive and easygoing. One should never take itself too seriously. New women’s collection The new collection celebrates the energy of color, the “joie de vivre” in all its forms and as a philosophy of life through the metaphor of travel and reunification with nature. Immersed in a maritime atmosphere recalled from the print of blue majolica typical of the Portuguese azulejos tradition and then projected in the lush vegetation of the Mexican jungle that has inspired the magnificent Frida Kahlo. Immersed in a triumph of flowers rendered by graphic prints, which seem to come out of a painting by Mirò, or a more subtle, elegant watercolor found on linen and on the light viscose crepe, or even the hibiscus, typical of Hawaiian atolls and […]Read On
Ukrainian up and coming label THEO presented their FW18/19 collection during Kiev Fashion Days. The new collection is ready to be seen in out showroom. This is what the Designer, Teo Dekan had to say about his new collection: In my work, I’m in constant search of a “perfect female wardrobe”, research the nature of HER, THEO Woman. HER personality, HER feelings and emotions, HER character become clearer and more nuanced with each collection. The new THEO collection Fall-Winter 2018/19 is the result of my immersion into the style of THEO Woman. The main idea is “One collection to suit all, and unique for each and every one.” THEO Woman is absolutely natural, SHE doesn’t strike a pose or crave attention. SHE is rarely interested in what others think of her, SHE is busy with HER own emotion and HER fresh experience from HERSELF and HER new outfits. HER choice doesn’t take much time, as SHE dresses for HERSELF. The magic of HER originality is in elimination of standards. SHE never dresses for an occasion, at the same time SHE is always appropriately dressed. SHE doesn’t showcase. SHE observes. Observes HER feelings, HER experience and HERSELF. SHE is honest with HERSELF. […]Read On
Sustainable luxury shoe brand ReyRey launches VIRTUAL RETAIL TECHNOLOGY Danish brand, ReyRey reveals a new and innovative approach to sustainability with a new virtual retail technology named ReyRey’s Virtual Boutique just one year after debuting at Copenhagen Fashion Week. The evolution of the fashion industry must center around sustainability, seeking to reduce its social and ecological footprint. To that end ReyRey provides a tool for the sustainable transformation of the supply chain, from conception to distribution to customer. ReyRey Virtual Boutique uses 3D technology to help customers choose their favorite ReyRey styles and customize the shoes by selecting materials, colors and accessories. A scanner records the size and shape of a customer’s foot to enable the brand to produce a custom pair of shoes Made in Italy. Measurements are stored on the website for future purchases. Following this scheme the product will fit the customer, it will adapts to her style and it will be manufactured only when it is needed. The Danish shoe brand debuted during CPHFW in august 2016. ReyRey is a Copenhagen based luxury footwear brand. The designer, Rey Abadi holds a Masters degree in Arts, Culture and Communication and an MBA in leadership. Rey started with […]Read On
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