Polartec celebrates its 40th anniversary: a story full of revolutionary innovations that defined the identity of entire product lines. It is therefore the right time to enhance the special partnes that have accompanied the brand along this path.Continue reading Mountain clothing: Polartec x Marmot:
The Fall/Winter 2021 collection by UNIQLO / INES DE LA FRESSANGE presents a LifeWear that reflects Ines’ desire to bring the “simple French style” all over the world. The items will be available from August 26th at the UNIQLO store and the website uniqlo.comContinue reading UNIQLO / INES DE LA FRESSANGE 2021 Autumn Winter Collection
Uniqlo at the launch today with the new Limited Edition Capsule Collection Uniqlo x Marimekko: Joyful Summer is the theme of the latest collaboration with the Finnish fashion house Marimekko. A direct inspiration based on the typical Northern traditions of the summer season, with the invigorating warmth of the sun at that time of year.Continue reading Uniqlo x Marimekko spring summer 2021
Raffia bags or iconic shopping bags coexist with sophisticated leather versions of the most famous models: even for spring summer 2021, bags are the most useful accessory a woman can have.
This season presents us a wide range of trends in bags: some are classic while others are more innovative, some are simple while others are incredibly weird.
Some trends, as in the case of raffia and more natural materials, derive from the seasons of previous years, which also include round bags, whether small or maxi.Continue reading 22 everyday bags for summer 2021: raffia, shopping or luxury
Global apparel retailer UNIQLO announces the launch of the collection in collaboration with UNIQLO and JW ANDERSON Fall/Winter 2020 starting Thursday, October 15. The latter combines the innovative design that JW ANDERSON brings to traditional British clothing with UNIQLO Lifewear, a commitment to fit, materials and functionality.Continue reading New Uniqlo x JW Anderson collection
Our closets are always so full of clothes: good solution is to bring our clothes back by reviving and reinvent them. Even without “having the fabric”, with small and simple cutting and sewing techniques, from the basic points to small repairs, you can make dresses and accessories or give new life to old clothes with upcycling projects.Continue reading Upcycling tips for renewing your wardrobe
Marimekko and UNIQLO, Japanese clothing store that has recently arrived “physically” in Italy in Milan, have announced a new collaboration for a limited edition autumn/winter collection.Continue reading UNIQLO x Marimekko: autumn/winter 2019
Following the trend of Scandinavian minimalism in recent years, at Christmas we can decorate home with scandi atmospheres, also paying attention to sustainability.Continue reading Decorating home for Christmas with scandi atmospheres
It is under the sign of Leonardo that 58th edition of the Salone del Mobile is born.Continue reading Salone del Mobile 2019: Highlights
In 1919 an art school was formed in Germany: this school would have a profound influence on art and interior design in the following century. That school was called Bauhaus (name derived from the union of German words Bau construction and Haus home).Continue reading 100 Years of Bauhaus: home decor ideas
MAISON&OBJET in its recent edition of January 2019 has hosted 84,236 visitors, of which 43,556 French and 37,880 international guests from 160 countries. The figure is slightly decreasing compared to the record set in the January 2018 edition, but considering the turbulent context in France in the preceding weeks, the quality of attendance has remained at a high level, and appreciated by the exhibitors.Continue reading Maison&Objet January 2019: Trends and data
Starting from today until January 22nd, 2019, in Paris-Nord Villepinte, on 115,000 sqm exhibition, it’s time for MAISON&OBJET.Continue reading Maison&Objet January 2019
If you think Scandinavia is the home of design, you’re not mistaken. But if you think Finland has a marginal role, well, this time you’re wrong!
Finland not only gave birth to Alvar Aalto but it is also the real home of design: it is not only Artek, the Finnish design company founded in 1935 by Alvar and Aino Aalto, it’s Iittala, Marimekko, Arabia, Aarikka, Jopo… Design comes in daily and you will easily find Iittala glasses in bars and restaurants, as well as napkins and paper glasses of Marimekko offered in Finnair flights. In the end, the sense of design is just that, in everyday life! Continue reading Scandinavian design in Helsinki: Design district, shopping destinations and a culinary stop
Holiday also means regenerate mind and body, detach from everyday life and find time for yourself: I’ll tell you 6 destinations for holidays in Italy where you can enjoy relaxation, good food, SPA treatments… to start again in September with more charge than ever! Continue reading Holidays in Italy: 6 resorts for your mind and body
Upcycling or recycling? Do you know the difference? Upcycling differs from recycling because it does not require energy to clean and transform residues into new materials. When recycling materials or products are processed to transform into new objects, while with the upcycling materials (waste) are in some way ennobled creating new objects with a greater added value.
Tommy Hilfiger has announced a sustainable capsule collection for the SS 2018 for both men and women designed precisely using the upcycling. Continue reading TOMMY HILFIGER: SS18 UPCYCLING CAPSULE COLLECTION