Perret Schaad S/S 2016

Perret Schaad S/S 2016

There’s a generation of Berlin designers that define themselves – or at least they are being defined by their audience and critics – as minimalists. That was exciting in times when Germany’s capital was still in the process of placing

1ndependent15

1ndependent15

1ndependent 15 is a new contempory event showcasing over 78 designers across a wide range of disciplines –upcoming talent filled with fresh ideas, artistic brilliance and future design geniuses – with the support by University of the Arts London 1ndependent15 is

Love Exchange

Love Exchange

We would like to invite you to Bas Kosters‘ fashion exibition during Amsterdam Gay Pride 2015 this Friday. It’s about Bas bringing his cartoon-like style to bear on the world of fashion and eroticism to reveal an optimistic yet paradoxical

Whitetail S/S 2016

Whitetail S/S 2016

Whitetail designer Margit Peura used to be a doctor. Because she couldn’t find sustainable clothes, she quit gynecology and obstetrics to design them herself. That’s what I call a hands on approach. In the collection showed at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week

Perret Schaad S/S 2016

Perret Schaad S/S 2016

There’s a generation of Berlin designers that define themselves – or at least they are being defined by their audience and critics – as minimalists. That was exciting in times when Germany’s capital was still in the process of placing

1ndependent15

1ndependent15

1ndependent 15 is a new contempory event showcasing over 78 designers across a wide range of disciplines –upcoming talent filled with fresh ideas, artistic brilliance and future design geniuses – with the support by University of the Arts London 1ndependent15 is

Love Exchange

Love Exchange

We would like to invite you to Bas Kosters‘ fashion exibition during Amsterdam Gay Pride 2015 this Friday. It’s about Bas bringing his cartoon-like style to bear on the world of fashion and eroticism to reveal an optimistic yet paradoxical

Whitetail S/S 2016

Whitetail S/S 2016

Whitetail designer Margit Peura used to be a doctor. Because she couldn’t find sustainable clothes, she quit gynecology and obstetrics to design them herself. That’s what I call a hands on approach. In the collection showed at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week

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