Of all the 'big four' fashion cities, London has always been at the forefront of what’s new and exciting. Mostly, in part, thanks to Fashion East – the non-profit initiative launched in 2000 that supports young, upcoming designers.read more »
To make it a bit less exhausting to walk across New York City, South African furniture designer Ollie de Wit has recreated the island of Manhattan in a plush, colorful rug. Different pile heights are incorporated to create a sense of dimension, differentiating low-pile streets and waterways from medium-pile housing blocks and tall-pile treetops. The 2 x 3 m (approximately 6.5 x 10 feet) wool rugs are limited to an edition of 25 and are available in Shift Perspective’s online store. You can see more of the studio’s projects and design inspiration on Instagram. (via Colossal Submissions)
In just three seasons (and with a little help from Queen Bey), Palomo Spain has become known for feminine, flamboyant fashion that blurs the line between gender. And now, the AW18 campaign from the Madrid-based label – founded by Alejandro Gómez Palomo – demonstrates just that.
Building on the last collection, the new campaign turns traditional hunting scenes on their head, with luxurious…read more »