Simplicity to the max. A well spotted during Milan fashion week ss 2015.
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The brainchild of Copenhagen-based agency Moon, Space is an interior design magazine “that combines frank photography and writing with the universal and sometimes extravagant subject of living.” For its inaugural issue, the Danish imprint travels from the late Finnish architect Alvar Aalto’s lost library in Russia, to the mid-century furniture dealer Paul Jackson’s stockpile of design classics in Stockholm. Space also explores the lives of Gap Creative Director Rebekka Bay, model Iselin Steiro and pioneering film director Tomas Alfredson, who graces the cover shot by Mikael Jansson. The first of many biannual issues, Space 01 will be available September 20 at Andreas Murkudis store in Berlin with more retailers coming later this fall.
White is always catching my eyes, its a color of elegance; innocent yet classy.
Words: Stephen Li
Another addition to Hublot‘s line of Classic Fusion timepieces is the Classic Fusion Dwyane Wade, which is the second collaboration of their ongoing partnership with NBA superstar Dwyane Wade. The elegant 45mm watch is made of polished black ceramic with red and gold accents, coinciding with the Miami Heat colors. The limited edition timepiece also features a Dwyane Wade logo and his signature on the dial. Limited to 250 pieces.
Author: Hasse Lemola
KRINK and Modernica have joined forces for a unique collaborative project in the form of a furniture piece. The understated yet elegant chair incorporates aspects from both entities as the iconic silhouette utilizes the classic KRINK silver palette. Upon closer inspection, we find individual strands of fiberglass on the main body, which hold the silver-pigments to produce an ever-changing aesthetic — depending on the light and perspective. Moving down, the piece is finished with solid walnut dowels, black wire and a KRINK logo embossed on a silver plate.
Author: Arby Li
There are many talented designers working in the fashion industry, but we can only name a few who are amazing, and could be called ‘living legends’. There is no doubt Karl Lagerfeld is one of them, not only he is a great fashion designer, also is an amazing photographer and art historian.
For the next special print edition, The Business of Fashion has chosen Karl Lagerfeld to be on the front cover, illustrating his past and future projects.
Author: Stephen Li
Quality watch maker Bell & Ross has added another offering to its heritage series, the BR 125 Sport Heritage Flyback Chronograph. Paying homage to the watches worn by civil aviation pilots in the ’60s, we are presented with a very sophisticated timepiece that continues the brand’s strong connection with military aviation. Featuring gold-plated metal numerals and indices for the dial, the watch incorporates a rich brown leather strap with embossed branding as well as exposed stitching. Functions enclosed in the 43mm steel case, includes a chronograph, 24 hour dial and tachymetric scale. Limited to only 500 pieces made.
Author: Arby Li
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The Sunset Strip Residence by Los Angeles-based McClean Design Architects is a striking home comprised of three units: luxury villa, glass garage, and a cozy guest house. Located in one of LA’s most famed neighborhoods just minutes away from the Sunset Strip, the contemporary residence is a two-story structure with spectacular views of the Los Angeles Basin and the ocean, yet it still offers a peaceful natural environment. Other features include a bar, glazed wine cellar, along with an elongated see-through fireplace that is visible from the family room on the other side, while the garage is constructed in a spot that enjoys breathtaking views of the surrounding canyons and is fitted with glass on both sides. All three buildings are connected by a water feature that leads to a pool and spa. Check out the photos of this spectacular residence above.
Author: Hasse Lemola / Source: Freshome
Alexa Chung NYFW SS15 after Marc by Marc Jacobs
Most of the time when people(we) think attending to fashion shows during fashion weeks, no matter in NYC, London, Paris or Milan, celebs, journalists and now bloggers would dress to impress; of course we see those styles all the time. However, what I have seen recently, especially in the past few years, fashionistas have moved toward simple styles, due to the busy schedule between the shows, also simplicity has come back to modern lifestyle represented by their choices of fashion.
Author: Stephen Li Picture source: OAK
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