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Inside The Broad Museum, Los Angeles

The highly anticipated Broad Museum opened its doors some days ago in downtown Los Angeles, located next to Frank Gehry’s Walt Disney Concert Hall and aiming to become one of the city’s most prominen…

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“The Cloakroom” installation at the V&A Museum

Coinciding with the London Design Festival 2015, the Victoria and Albert Museum has commissioned British designer Faye Toogood, known for her minimal furniture designs, to create a special, two part …

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“29 Rooms” installation by Refinery 29

New York-based fashion, style and beauty website Refinery 29 celebrated its 10 year anniversary with an interactive installation at a 50,000 square foot warehouse in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Titled “29 …

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Manolo Blahnik: Fleeting Gestures and Obsessions” book by Rizzoli

Rizzoli pays homage to the life and work of Manolo Blahnik, one of the most iconic shoemakers of all time, with a new book, titled “Manolo Blahnik: Fleeting Gestures and Obsessions”. The 488-page cof…

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“Dinnigan: Unlaced” exhibition at the Powerhouse Museum, Sydney

A new exhibition at the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences’ newly inaugurated Centre for Fashion at the Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, casts light on one of Australia’s most acclaimed fashion designers:…

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Charles Pétillion’s “Heartbeat” installation at Covent Garden, London

In celebration of the upcoming London Design Festival (September 19-27, 2015), French artist and photographer Charles Pétillion has taken over Covent Garden’s market building with an amazing, large-s…

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Tim Walker recreates iconic Vogue images for Target

Target has teamed up with Vogue for a 20-page advertorial, shot by renowned photographer Tim Walker, which recreates iconic covers and images from Vogue’s extensive archive using Target products. Tit…

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Raf Simons by Willy Vanderperre exhibition at 032c Workshop, Berlin

032c Workshop/Joerg Koch, O32c magazine’s gallery space in Berlin that features an 8-meter-long vitrine designed by Konstantin Grcic, dedicates an “anti-retrospective” to Belgian designer Raf Simons,…

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“Traditional Couture: Folkloric Heritage Costumes” book by Gestalten

A new book by Gestalten explores the relationship between the traditional costumes of Germany and contemporary haute couture, paying homage to the intricate craftsmanship and cultural significance hi…

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“Henrik Vibskov: Fabricate” exhibition at the Daelim Museum, Seoul

The Daelim Museum in Seoul dedicates an extensive retrospective to Danish designer Henrik Vibskov, known for his experimental shows that merge art, performance, installation, music and fashion design…

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A tribute to Elio Fiorucci

Elio Fiorucci, one of the most influential designers of the last decades, died in his home in Milan last week, leaving behind an important legacy that aims to inspire future generations of fashion de…

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Loewe pays homage to John Allen with two pop-up stores in Barcelona and Mallorca

Jonathan Anderson, Loewe’s new creative director, is one of the biggest admirers of 81-year old British knitter and master weaver John Allen, an iconic artisan who has elevated textile design to a fo…

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The artful collages of Copylab

Chris Rellas is a 19-year old French and Art History major at Georgetown University that has become worldwide famous for his Instagram account under the alias of @copylab, creating some of the most i…

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“Invitation Strictly Personal: 40 Years of Fashion Show Invites” book by Iain R. Webb

Iain R. Webb is an awarded British fashion critic, curator, professor at Royal College of Art and Central Saint Martins, and ex-fashion editor and director at influential publications like Blitz, The…

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Swatch teams up with Joana Vasconcelos for Venice Biennale 2015

Swatch, one of the main sponsors of Venice Biennale 2015, has teamed with Portuguese artist Joana Vasconcelos, known for her evocative, large-scale artworks, for a unique installation inside Swatch’s…

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