By Lauren Rearick American youth poet laureate Amanda Gorman travelled to Slovenia to see old fishing nets and carpets being turned into nylon for use in Prada’s iconic bags Prada announced in June that by 2021 the brand would use only recycled nylon in its products, and in a new video, viewers are guided through […]
by Robert Nieminen Designers have an ongoing interest in materiality not only because it pertains to certain physical properties of building materials and finishes, but also because of its intangible value. The relevance of materiality in interiors in terms of its impact on a space and its occupants is perhaps more important than ever. (…) […]
VOGUE – Vogue’s Own Renaissance Man, Hamish Bowles, Shares the Backstory of This Year’s Green Carpet Fashion Awards
by Laird Borelli-Persson Even among the splendor of the cloister-style garden created in the Piazza della Scala for the 2019 Green Carpet Fashion Awards, which celebrates the people and organizations steering fashion in a more sustainable direction, there was no missing Hamish Bowles, Vogue’s own multitasking Renaissance man and the creative director of the event. […]
HOROLOGII – New Breitling Avenger watches, Superocean Outerknown, Outerknown Nato and Aviator 8 Mosquito Released.
We already know that Breitling never does anything in halves, having become renowned for their exceptional chronometer certified in-house manufacture movements and breathtaking aviation inspired designs. Their resolution for perfection and prowess was further cemented again yesterday when they announced the release of not one but three breathtaking collections of new Breitling watches. These stunning […]
By Radhika Seth The oceans are abundant! Abundant with animal life, plant life and the garbage that we humans are pouring into its waters. The sad truth is that we are choking our sea creatures with the rubbish that we leave behind. In an attempt to do something about this, we have Breitling partnering with […]
by Michael Christie, The Ruggist What happens when the intrinsic appeal of handknotted carpets intersects with the technology of today? Humanity does not, and likely will not ever know precisely when weaving and knotting of handknotted carpets first started. Certainly Persia played a role, as have other regions of the world, including of course Tibet. […]