Category Archives: Fashion

Jean Paul Gaultier


Video teaser for Jean-Paul Gaultier’s website :

jeanpaulgaultier.com

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Always finding small change down the back of your sofa? Imagine what you’d find in this one!


Daisuke Motogi’s clever sofa is covered with slots to hold all your stuff.

We’ve all lost stuff in our couches: remotes, iPhones, keys. Daisuke Motogi’s Lost in Sofa concept, which multiplies the number of places to lose things in a sofa by about a thousand, is either a godsend or a curse.

The idea is that instead of accidentally losing stuff in the cracks of your furniture cushions, you’ll jam stuff in there on purpose so youdon’t lose it.

Read the full article here


Ralph Lauren 4D Projection


Last night in central London, Ralph Lauren staged a 4D projection on their flagship store in New Bond Street. The Ralph Lauren projection was to celebrate 10 years in digital and architectural mapping enabled the giant projection to work across the Ralph Lauren flagship London store front. Witnesses were treated to spectacular effects with 50ft models, racing horses and the like and even scented mist to complete the experience.


JP THURLOW’S 100 COVERS


Hoxton Square gallery KK Outlet puts on Thurlow’s exhibition of illustrated magazine covers, including Dazed & Confused and AnOther Magazine artwork. Check the rest out here.


DIOR ILLUSTRATED: RENÉ GRUAU AND THE LINE OF BEAUTY


Somerset House celebrates the work of illustrator René Gruau and his relationship with the House of Dior.


Drawing fashion


A new exhibition at the Design Museum explores some of the most remarkable fashion illustration of the last hundred years.

Drawing Fashion opens next week (04/11/10)


Design Museum – Drawing Fashion


Drawing Fashion celebrates a unique collection of some of the most remarkable fashion illustrations from the twentieth and twenty first centuries. These original works define the fine art of illustrating fashion, from the collections of Chanel, Dior, Comme des Garçons and Poiret as well as Viktor & Rolf, Lacroix and McQueen.

http://designmuseum.org/exhibitions/2010/2010-drawing-fashion


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