Boris Bidjan Saberi spring-summer 2016, Paris.
We would like to present to you Haider Ackermann’s Spring/Summer 2016 men’s collection.
We would like to present to you Raf Simons’ Spring/Summer 2016 men’s collection.
We would like to present to you a preview of Jan-Jan Van Essche’s Collection #6, “NO MAN IS AN ISLAND”.
Yesterday, Thomas Tait, the young, Canadian born designer based in London, presented an installation at Pitti Uomo in Florence. Until last year, when he won the LVMH prize for young designers, Tait’s talent was roundly unappreciated; and even yesterday the shy designer looked as if he still wondered what happened and how he ended up…
Bookshelves line the walls of the American sculptor Barry X Ball’s compact office and, while walking me through the blueprints depicting his new Greenpoint, Brooklyn production facility and studio, he directed my gaze up to some palm-sized sculptures resting on them.
“So,” began the New York sculptor Barry X Ball who was kind enough to allow us a visit to his Brooklyn studio some months back, “we bought a 200 foot by 100 foot piece of land.” And, while I couldn’t have imaged it at the time, this was a highly appropriate beginning to telling his story. It was a story that began at the end: the land in question was purchased in Greenpoint, Brooklyn to house Ball’s new studio and production facility.
Primarily a musician and experimental electronic music producer, Gaspard Hex crafts his unisex line of jewelry in Paris, infusing a certain spirituality of nature into each piece.
Eizenstein is a new multi-brand boutique nestled in the heart of Shoreditch. Split over two floors, the design of the store draws its inspiration from Russian Constructivism.
Eizenstein’s premise is to be a blank canvas, pushing the gallery concept, allowing for a carefully curated selection of products.
Their selection encompasses jewellery, accessories, fragrances and a range of womenswear and menswear featuring designers such as forme d’expression, Julius, Uma Wang, DRKSHDW, Alexander Plokhov, LAYER 0 and others.
The Belgian artist Berlinde De Bruyckere is famous for her striking sculptures of wax and epoxy that resemble flesh in all its disfigured, vulnerable glory. She has been making these since the 1990s, but there has not been a definitive monograph of her work until now.