Following the success of their first shop Desenzano del Garda, Italy, the founders of Tabo, Riccardo Bettoni & Nicola Tononi, now opened a second boutique in Brescia. The unisex boutique, housed on two floors of a 1940s building is an exercise in aesthetic restrain, with a white interior and minimal decor. Among the more established designers such as Boris Bidjan Saberi, Nicolas Andreas Taralis, A1923, and Julius, the shop will carry brands like InAisce, Masnada, Y.Project. The owners plan on monthly installations and collaborations with designers, artists, and musicians.
At StyleZeitgeist magazine we count the menswear editorial, “America Still Likes Me,” one of our proudest moments. Based on the Joseph Beuys’s 1974 infamous performance piece, “I like America and America Likes Me,” it was published in volume 2. We have tried to recreate everything as it was, down to the hay, the felt, and the newspapers. The gorgeous creature playing the part of the coyote is actually half-wolf, half-husky.
The Italian shoemaker showed its spring-summer 2013 collection in Paris during men’s fashion week. The lineup consisted of their signature footwear, bags as well as leather jackets designed with Italian label Layer-0. Continue reading for more pictures from the showroom.
Preview of the new spring-summer 2013 collection from Julius. Stay tuned for showroom coverage later this week.
Dear readers – below is the exclusive sneak peak at the upcoming Lost & Found men’s collection. We hope you enjoy it.
We are happy to share our newest limited edition covers by Sruli Recht. They are made in Recht’s studio in Iceland from shark skin in edition of ten. All text and logos are etched by laser. Each one is individually numbered. You can purchase them from our website.
Yoko Ito, the designer behind the Japanese brand Individual Sentiments who cut her teeth at the now defunct Carpe Diem, has launched a capsule footwear collection called IS. Made in Italy, the line will be available in select stores this fall. All we got from the reticent designer was the rather cryptic, “IS has the same concept as Individual Sentiments and follows the need of a geographical specialization and technique.” Guess we’ll let the products speak for themselves.
Here is a little preview of one of the editorial photo shoots that will appear in the second issue of StyleZeitgeist magazine.
We will have a gathering during the New York Fashion Week. We hope you can make it.
It’s an open secret in the fashion world that New York offers little in terms of creative design and much in terms of hype. But there are exceptions, the label InAisce being one of them. Its designer, Jona (last name undisclosed), was happy to offer us a preview of his new collection for men and women, called Pilgrim, that he will debut next week in Paris. Indulge in your nomadic dreams.