Rafael Kouto’s designs float somewhere in the chasm between fashion and art. A recent graduate of the Basel Academy of Art and Design fashion school, the young Swiss designer release his debut collection earlier this year. Drag Me to the After Hour on the Dark Side of the Moon is made up of futuristic silhouettes, wearable art that is designed to be gender neutral. The Swiss designer is taking advantage of the shrinking divide between men’s and women's style by using loose cuts and intense draping to create unusual Read more.
Designer Sophie Rowley is based in London. With a textile and fashion design background, Rowley has a experience with conceptual thinking. She has worked internationally with clients including Phillippa Wagner/Future Filter and Stylesight, where she did trend forecasting, and Alexander McQueen and Diane Von Fürstenberg, in the design and textile department. She has also paired with NISSANS car interiors, Roche Bobois Furniture Company and has had a collaborative project with the Massachusetts Read more.
Reconstruction Of The Obvious
A mastermind in the areas of mixed media illustration and collage, Eugenia Alejos creates evocative, groundbreaking imagery, as seen on the pages of various fashion and design magazines. And lately she’s been dabbling in clothing and accessories design.
Holograms, high-resolution prints, 3D technology – these are just some of the innovative techniques Eugenia Alejos has been using in her limited edition capsule collections. The intricate garments are finished with exclusive trims Read More.
Modern living, a theme growing in popularity, includes innovation in furniture, amongst other elements. Made in Ratio specializes in contemporary furniture, pushing the limits on conventional industry standards. Brodie Neill spearheaded the path to abstract fixtures by designing and developing the collection. Since his creation of the bran, it has been highly regarded and has received various industry awards. Read more.
C u r v e
Each season designer Amélie Riech proceeds to redefine the fundamentals of jewelry design. Constructing timeless wear, Uncommon Matters complex style reflects the contrast of shape and form. Aesthetically captivating the designer’s use of precious metals, porcelain and onyx are molded into geometrical shapes reflecting architectural structures. With the designer’s attention to exquisite craftsmanship and attention to Read more.
H i d d e n
Space within hidden spaces, the simplicity of Studio Niels design “Total Concept, Hidden”, transitions a home into a clean space with the accessibility of paneled walls merging into several rooms, manifesting a connection between each space. The features of the private home, located in Maastricht, Netherlands resembles an intriguing modernized interpretation of a labyrinth, with Read more.