If you are a frequent reader then the jewelry and object brand Werkstatt:München, brainchild of Klaus Lohmeyer, should already be a mainstay in your vocabulary.
Shortly after covid began making waves throughout the world and subsequently the fashion system, many have talked about what the impact means for business and called into question the existing fashion model and its place in modern society. One of the most visible effects was this summer’s Paris fashion week, as in lieu of cancelling…
Being a part of SZ community, you probably know that we love the interplay of music and fashion. The two intrinsically go together. Music merch has always been dear to us, and this is our first attempt to give StyleZeitgeist that spin in physical form. Remember how in high school you wore a band tee and saw someone wearing one too and it was a reason to struck up a conversation and maybe make a friend? We hope these pins will be like that. After all SZ has began as a community and remains one.
We are pleased to announce that Sacai have officially launched an online store, “sacai THE store”.
We are back with our holiday gift guide, lest you think that we are all serious all the time.
For Dover Street Market London’s 15th year anniversary, sacai will be releasing an exclusive piece from their “sacai gem” collection.
Earlier this month Comme des Garçons added two scents to its already formidable fragrances library, Odeur du Théâtre du Châtelet and Copper.
Back in 2014, in an Op-Ed for the Business of Fashion, I rang the alarm about fashion stores losing their edge as tastemakers. I was mainly looking at Barneys, the iconic New York department store, as one that was losing its cache with the fashion-forward customer by becoming too commoditized. Fast-forward to 2019 and Barneys is now exploring bankruptcy. Theories abound as to what went wrong with the store, and there is not one single reason for Barneys possible demise – there is the crazy rent hike on its flagship, increased competition online, changing consumer tastes. But out of all commentators Lauren Sherman, of BoF nailed a big one, “Instead of owning cool, Barneys began chasing it.”
It’s no secret that the current niche fragrance market is in great shape.
Takahiro Miyashita of the Japanese menswear brand TheSoloist has always had affinity for New York. The only outpost for his first label, Number (N)ine, outside of Japan was here in TriBeCa. Much of it has to do with Al Albayan, who has been Miyashita’s right hand since the early N(N) days. Together, they have cooked up something for New York once again. RE:AL is TheSoloist is a pop-up shop, again in TriBeCa that opened last weekend and will run through July. The idea was to open a version of an airport gift shop. Miyashita is fond of traveling and not fond of diffusion lines, so doing something quite different but still familiar seemed like a fitting idea.