Top startups, innovative companies and specialists come together to offer leading innovations to an audience of luxury professionals. This event is open to 200 people only (Fashion, Luxury, Press or investors).
Erwin Olaf’s works depict the unspoken. His stylised and savvy scenarios address taboos, social conflicts and middle class narrow-mindedness – themes that he disguises with skilful aesthetic, in order to unsettle the viewer.
After becoming one of the finalists at ''Who's on next?'' during Pitti Immagine Uomo 2012, and having created the independent label February, he decided to prosecute that experience by starting a solo project: his own brand, Lucio Vanotti.
Works from experienced professionals, students and budding young designers, all sharing the desire to take lace out of its traditional context and to question its identity in a different way. This selection unveils a multi-faceted interpretation of textiles, transparency and lace.
Caterina Gualco - Unimediamodern – and Clelia Belgrado - VisionQuesT contemporary photography – continue their collaboration by presenting the last exhibition of the season “Improbable Rendez-vous: Luigi Ghirri - Gabrielle Strijewski”.
The registration form must be properly filled out and be accompanied by the dossier. The proper fees must be paid in full at the moment of registration, in cash at our offices or by bank transfer into the association’s account.
Designer and Foald partner Sruli Recht was suffering from back and jaw pain and migraines as a result of being too often hunched over while working endlessly on his notebook. A travel-friendly solution had to be found.
The interviews MAKE ME a future (the beginning), MAKE ME work (multiply the unique), MAKE ME show (tell your story), MAKE ME a face (create an identity) and MAKE ME money (professionalize your skills) will be soon available on the department’s website.
Bellevue, WA - The groundbreaking exhibition Under Pressure, featuring prints from artists including Chuck Close, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Rauschenberg, and Andy Warhol, will arrive next month at Bellevue Arts Museum.
Her works arise from her experience using precious metals, but her expressiveness has evolved over time, leading her to try out ever different materials and techniques. She has learned and mastered the techniques used in glassmaking, resins and porcelain.
"If I were to sing, act, or behave like a Singaporean, how should I approach it? What is it about Singapore that we locals love and hate about it? What does it even mean to be a true blue Singaporean today with the next year marking 50 years of independence?".
For almost 300 years a buried treasure lay undisturbed below one of London's busiest streets. No one knew it was there until workmen started to demolish a timber-framed building in Cheapside near St Paul's Cathedral, in June 1912.
Anders Petersen (Sweden) and Jacob Aue Sobol (Denmark), the two internationally highly acclaimed personal documentary photographers from the Northern Europe are showing their work together for the first time.
"FASHION VICTIMS: The Pleasures and Perils of Dress in the 19th Century"
From the challenges faced by those who produced fashionable dress to the risks taken by those who wore it, this exhibition provides thought provoking insights into what it means to be a fashion victim.
Alumni includes: Sibling, Nasir Mazhar, Agi & Sam, Astrid Andersen, Matthew Miller, Lee Roach and Craig Green. The Installations has also featured special guests including: Meadham Kirchhoff menswear, Judy Blame and Gosha Rubchinskiy.
“WILD”. The group show, curated by Dr. Matthias Harder, is featuring 39 international photographers which present their own way of depicting animals. From a still life by Vera Mercer, over creepy spider webs by Sascha Weidner and sweet stuffed animals by Birgit Kleber to taxi dermi by Andrei Liankevich, this exhibition prooves that there isn´t only 1 way to do it.
“Aujourd’hui le monde est mort [Lost Human Genetic Archive]” is a new facet of a series of exhibitions Hiroshi Sugimoto has been elaborating for about ten years, juxtaposing his collections of objects, coming from a range of periods and cultures, and his photographic works.
Foam presents two renowned and controversial projects by photographer and filmmaker Larry Clark. Tulsa (1971) and Teenage Lust (1983) are Clark's earliest bodies of work and reveal a youth culture, which at the time was totally unknown to the greater public.
Dating from the 19th and early 20th century, the garments seen here provide rare or unique testimony to forms of dress and craft that no longer exist. They testify not only to bygone communities, but also to the passion and skill of the maker in every culture and to a sense of beauty that still has the power to enthrall.
ICOSAE comes from the word icosahedron which is a geometric shape with twenty sides. Clothes are built according to force lines, being made entirely of equilateral triangles, it is the symbol of the creation of energy and stability.
Produced by Norway’s National Museum in Oslo, "From the Coolest Corner" is a presentation of Nordic contemporary jewellery today. The works in the exhibition were selected by a jury chaired by Liesbeth den Besten (NL).
Where: Gothenburg, Sweden
When: Until September 21, 2014
More information: http://rohsska.se
Noovo Editions is an independent editorial and cultural project with online and paper editions. First of its kind in Spain from an unique and contemporary perspective on the international panorama,
Noovo seeks not only to be an aesthetic arbiter but also a cultural mediator at the juncture between Fashion, Photography & Jewellery.
A platform to show the highest level of creativity from around the world in these fields.