The exhibition “Coming into Fashion – A Century of Fashion Photography at Condé Nast” presents at the Museum Bellerive an overview of fashion photography and its development.
Do you ever wonder why almost all disposable and reusable water bottles are round? I’ve always disliked that because they’re big and bulky and take up so much room in my bag. As people are moving away from the disposable, single use bottles, reusable ones are popping up more and more and everyone is trying […]
Artist Grayson Perry has released a book based on his BBC4 Reith Lecture series, Playing to the Gallery, which aims to demistify contemporary art and prove that “anybody can enjoy it.” An entertaining and light-hearted read, it also contains a new series of witty drawings…
Seguro que has pasado en más de una ocasión por un parque infantil y has mirado a los columpios o al tobogán con ojos melancólicos. Querías volver a usarlos, volver a sentir lo que sentías cuando eras un niño, pero al final, la vergüenza te ha podido y has continuado tu camino entre suspiros de […]
Produce without harming the environment, maximizing the resources of each place and giving opportunities to disadvantaged people. Today it may sounds like an utopia, but this concept is already a reality for many fashion companies. We selected 8 brands that produce garments under ethical / sustainable concepts, that are changing the classic mode of production […]
The procession is seen before the Man burns during the Burning Man 2014 “Caravansary” arts and music festival in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada, August 30, 2014. (Photo by Jim Urquhart/Reuters)
LONDON, United Kingdom — A respectful hush emanates from the red-brick mansion blocks that surround the Royal College of Art (RCA). The college is situated in the sedate, residential heart of South Kensington, a bastion of austere Victorian civic engineering, home to London’s famous museum district and a stone’s throw away from the Royal Albert […]
A mezzanine hammock, an adaptable seating cube on wheels, and a combined staircase and bookshelf have been added to this play and study space for a brother and sister, designed by Russian studio Ruetemple (+ slideshow).
FUCKINGYOUNG began as an inspirational platform focusing on youthful aesthetics derived from manly hemispheres. Our freedom allowed us to merge established with emerging artists, thus aiding the latter reaching their own public. A synergy that owed most to a passion for the arts has since grown to a state where not only do we promote […]
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