CONTENT NEWS & TRENDS FURNITURE AND LIGHTING HOW TO GIVE YOUR HOME A PERFECT RETRO VIBE OUR CHOICE: MID-CENTURY MODERN SIDEBOARDS THE MID CENTURY’S MID CENTURY MODERN STYLE PROJECT: HOTEL ANDRÉ LATIN PARIS FLOOR LAMPS TO USE IN YOUR INTERIOR DESIGN PROJECTS BRANDS AND CRAFTMANSHIP: DELIGHTFULL THIS EDITION DESIGNER: LORENZO CASTILLO UP TO TEXAS… ARCHITECTURE ZAHA HADID: A RECALL TO HER BEST ARCHITECTURAL WORK FASHION DESIGN GUIDE AGENDA STORES
EDITOR’S LETTER This is the number one. And we can’t tell you how happy we are. To dive into this mid-century design universe is something very special and unique: it is all about functionality, elegance and simplicity. The designs from the 40s, 50s, 60s have an aura that we can’t explain. From the colors, patterns to the free spirit that mid-20th century represents, everything about this global and iconic design movement causes a free and breezy feeling. This ezine has the intention to bring back feelings that you never imagined to experience again (or those incredible years – but always with a feet in the present. Interior Design, Design, Architecture, Fashion: those are the most important topics in this ezine, that will show you the most charismatic interior design projects, furnishing, lighting and other design items, as well as fashion advises, and much more. When we started this adventure, we knew exactly how we want you to feel: inspired. This is the true meaning of our work. Enjoy.
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WHO ARE WE? TRENDZINE, it’s a tribute tot the mid century’s world and how you could make it yours. We are a squad of design lovers that wishes
WHAT IS THE MID-CENTURY DESIGN? TRENDZINE, it’s a tribute tot the mid century’s world and how you could make it yours. We are a squad of design lovers that wishes
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NEWS & TRENDS THE BEST INSTAGRAM ART INSTALLATION OF THE DAY – NYC’S MOMA PS1’S ROCKAWAY! One of proves that abandoned building can become the most tagged one! Sounds like irony but the renovated building of the WW1 became the picture of the day! And where exactly it is? Just take a ride to Fort Tilden Park in the artist Katharina Grosse, who transformed it into a multicolour masterpiece using a unique spray-paint techniques. The building was actually declared to be structurally unsound after the Hurricane Sandy in 2012, that’s why the chief director of the project invited Ms Grosse to join the project. In the past Ms Grosse participated in the colouring abandoned building, after Hurricane Katrina, which was taken down after temporary beautiful painting. The painting also became a part of the Annual Rockaway arts festival.
BEACH CABIN ON THE ITALIAN RIVIERA BY HUMBERT & POYET Any place we live requires changes in our lifestyle, adaptation for the environment. Such was a case with the cabin home in Italian Riviera. It inside. This outstanding and amazing beach cabin takes place between the seaside towns of Bordighera and San Remo and is made by Emil natural shown connection between the home and the sea with really nicely ordered accessories showing the connection with the sea. But in the beginning they had to face the biggest challenge and so how to remake such a tiny and damaged space, which was in very poor condition and didn’t even have a bathroom! Looking at the picture after renovation one could never believe that. All the furniture is designed with more than 1 function which is very useful. And as we can see it has a little style of the yacht than the whitewashed cabin. However, they wanted to create a simple home but in the other hand with discreet luxury inside.
COLOSSEUM GETS A NEW, FRESHER, FAÇADE LOOKL. gets new look of the façade. The renovation of the great monument began in October 2013 and after long 33 months the work of archaeologists, architects, engineers and all the specialists’ looks worthy for restoring the colour of the façade on its original colour. From the history we know that the Colosseum was made of the concrete and sand and commissioned by the Emperor Vespasian nearly 2000 years who is behind this huge restoration? Unfortunately, not the government but a billionaire Diego Della Valle, owner of the luxury brand Tod’s with a foundation of $27,6 million to cover both the exteriors and interiors.
NEW EXPERIMENTAL LIVING ROOM STYLE – LOWER EAST SIDE! Every one of us know Upper East Side, if not from nothing else, then from the Sex and the City movie or Gossip girl series. This time let’s see what the Lower East Side offers. Last fall Christian Lopez Swafford and Lauren Larson, the furniture designers of Material Lust brand, decided to rethink the whole idea of textiles in the living spaces. One of that was the idea of rugs hanging on the wall as the tapestry or as arranged accessory on the bed. Many things of their production may look scandalous and shocking, but it’s a part of their collection and the way their relation to design.
ZAHA HADID NEW PROJECT IN CENTRAL PRAGUE! After many of the amazing projects like The Riverside Museum in Glasgow, The London Aquatics Center or amazing The Zaragoza Bridge Pavilion, the Zaha Hadid’s architects decided to regenerate the old Masaryk Railway Station in Prague and the build amazing grand skyscraper in Qatar. When the famous architect Zaha Hadid died in March this year, she left a lot of the projects ideas to be completed, as the company is trying to make them. The one in Prague will not be only a Railway station but also a business hub, near the banks of the Vltava River, the place there was derelict and seems to no one cared so much. New plans include sleek commercial buildings, which would bring together the city’s growing IT sector. Also the plan includes the access to the bus and train terminals in and around the area. Prague, as any other European huge city, is selected in the districts with the beginning in the district 1, where is the railway station. The project of regeneration will put together the district 1, 3 and 8 and create a passageway from the Vaclav Havel Airport to the city center. Although, we do not know the start date already, the project is planned to be completed by the 2022.
THE TALLEST HYBRID TIMBER STRUCTURE IN THE WORLD – COAL HARBOR, CANADA The building and as the project is designed by Shigeru B the highest structure in the world. The Pritzker Prize-winning architect continues his idea of using the eco-friendly material – timber in the structures. The whole project will take place in Vancouver, Canada and this Terrace House for residents only, will probably set down new luxury urban design standards, as also sustainability and engineering innovation. The timber is nowadays very popular cause especially as the building material cause of its lightness and sustainability and ability to reduce carbon emissions. According to the plans the upper portion of the building will be structured as a timber frame with a concrete and steel core. However, the project is not only made of the timber and steel, the part made of wood will be supported locally from the British Columbia..
UNVEILED BRITISH OLYMPIC HOUSE OF 2016 IN RIO! Looking in the calendar we know that another sport event is upcoming and it is the Olympic Games now based in Rio. We will show you one of the campus which is getting ready for this amazing worldwide event and so the Great Britain. O British Olympic House will host the United Kingdom’s delegation. The team of designers at London based Innovision, in charge and lead by Claudia Douglass, who chose for the project the 19th century building to host and celebrate UK and its athletes. Cooperating together on the whole range of works from board makers, fabrics to furniture designers and installation artists, to create a colourful space as the perfect hub for the celebration, inspiration and collaboration of the delegation. The old mansion was designed by the Italian architect Mario Vordel and is situated in Parque Lage. The mansion will be illuminated and completed with lighting effects changing on every of the celebrating moments. The central courtyard of this mansion was once completed and designed with the pool in the center with natural spring water. For this reason the designers decided to install a group of colourful prismatic boxes to create an inverted stained-glass windows, as Ms Douglass explained. Interior of the house will dominate the by the furniture made especially for this house in Great Britain as the Britannia sofa designed by Philip Watkin.l.
DESIGN YOUR OFFICE LIKE THE ONE OF THE SUITS! Y inspired us and we would like to show you how is it with the design of in the styles but generally we can say that the style of Suits is very modern. atmosphere and very modern chic way. From the building generally made of glass, as also the studio adapted in that way, and the furniture inside, we have admit it’s impressive in the details as the paintings, lighting and Great leather chair, you get it! Look on the series and you will know what we are talking about. Or if not get inspired by our pieces of lighting and furniture by
LET’S TAKE A LOOK ON OBAMAS’ NEW HOUSE! In the beginning we have to say it’s not the White house, not even close, but really nice mansion of 8 200 square feet. Quite good what do you think? Well that would be the last elected time of Obama in the head of the United States, so he has to leave White House. And this looks more than good choice to move in the exclusive part of Kalorama close to the Washington D.C. The dominant is white charming shade of colour not only in the front hall but all around the house. Together with the exclusive furniture, paintings and the accessories, as according to the revealed photos, will become the great mansion for the future ex-president. The property has the big background behind the house, which can serve for plenty of the entertainment and fun. Also the kitchen is designed with white colour which looks really bright and luxurious tohether with the chromatic accessories and great lighting. The mansion has now 8 bedrooms and 9 and a half bathrooms, the pantry and the big den.
V IN TA G E DESIG N B LOG W ITH A B REE ZY APPR O ACH
Mid-Century Modern just doesn’t have a cacthy label like StillNovo or Retro Chic or Art Deco. But don’t hit the snooze button just yet.
OUR CHOICE: MIDCENTURY MODERN SIDEBOARDS
Midcentury modern style has been noticed over than a decade ago and with the help of popular shows like Mad Men, That 70’s show, etc. It corresponds to decades from the mid1940s to 1970. Its characteristic uncomplicated and fresh lines arose from a desire to propel postwar America into the modern and redecorate interiors with a whole new perspective, always pushing the envelope.
The epitome of Midcentury Design is in the most simply creations like sideboards. Sideboards with clean lines and cool golden details are trendzy this season.
WE PRESENT YOU THE 6 MUST HAVE SIDEBOARDS.
Does your heart beat to retro? If it does, this is will be ideal for you. Here you have a selection of ten great retro style interiors and tips to give you some extra inspirationz.
HOW TO GIVE YOUR HOME A PERFECT RETRO VIBE
The retro interiors and living spaces are having a big comeback in the last years. Combining bold colors (like purple and violet) and gold and silver accents, this style can make your home not only cool but also sophisticated place. You just need to look beyond the obvious. Getting retro doesnâ€™t always mean that you have to go overboard with bright colors and exuberant patterns. No. Y different design rugs, or even, select some retro pieces that increase the contemporary style of
A SPLASH OF COLOR The interior décor for retro it’s a mix of styles and objects from the past, second hand, and new. T it’s all about: 1970’s patterned wallpapers, joined with secondhand furniture pieces from the 1960’s and 1950’s.
THE VINTAGE-RETRO-GOODNESS: LANA DEL REY
WHAT IS RETRO STYLE FURNITIRE? when we talk of retro furniture, we are speaking of a furniture style that looks back with nostalgia and pays homage to styles that were popular in the decades of 1950s, 1960s, 1970s and recently we have added the 80s to the list. Retro style can be whimsical, it can allude to pop-culture, and even be kitschy. But to achieve great retro style you have to understand kitsch and use it deliberately to create an effect.” Abe Abbas, furniture expert
RETRO NOSTALGIA Are your ready to go back in time?
It’s not only her music and great style but, Lana Del Rey totally looks from another era. With a little of a mid-century modern vibe, this Editorial, for Obsession Magazine, shows a vintage-inspired home that everyone would be happy to have. Take a look at these great interiors, à la Lana…
THE MID CENTRURY MODERN STYLE Whatâ€™s so good about mid-century design in the interiors universe? Since this style has came back that we see some of the most renowned interior designers featuring furniture and lighting designs that honor the clean and sophisticated lines from the 40s, 50s and 60s. The thing is, we are now looking trough the past
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This design movement started with Eames, Noguchi, Nelson and others, but thanks to today there’s a variation of this unique style, called mid-century modern. It mixes the spirit of the past with new materials and trends. But is this nostalgia a good thing after all? Will this marriage between mid-century and modern be a long-lasting one? We don’t really know but we decided
that are some iconic projects in some of the best interior designers’ portfolios that may this creations, you’ll be able to understand if this alliance is real or if it is only a marketing creation to the most recent design brands (and also to the new ones ahead). More than this, you’ll be able to decide if you respect this
AN ICONIC HOTEL PROJECT WITH A MODERN DESIGN AND A RETRO LIGHTING INSPIRATION.
Located in the art of the Quartier Latin, near the Luxembourg gardens and the Pantheon, the Hotel AndrÃ© Latin is placed in the 5th Arrondissement of Paris, one of the oldest districts of the city.
Located in the art of the Quartier Latin, near the Luxembourg gardens and the Pantheon, the Hotel André Latin is placed in the 5th Arrondissement of Paris, one of the oldest districts of the city. The hotel has recently opened to the public, after several months of renovations, such as the Belle époque in honor of André Sodano, the founder’s grandfather and a famous dandy of the 19th century. The owners, Fabien and Guillaume Sodano iconic era, adding a modern twist and a very friendly and welcoming environment. Also, the brothers wanted the hotel to be full of elegance and authenticity. The new cocktail bar, named André Latin, aims to welcome the guests of the hotel into an immersive world. The bar has 34 seats and a terrace that can be accessible directly from the street. Inspired by the 50’s, the cocktail bar has a warm atmosphere and a clever combination of luxurious tweed sofas, marble bistro tables, mirrors, Art Deco illustrations and retro furniture. It’s
an unusual place that aims to welcome all generations. Michael Malapert was the designer of the project, and he worked to revive the soul of André Sodano. The designer was inspired by the origins and the history of the dandyism of the 19th century and put all of his creative energy to the project. The redesign of the hotel was projected lobby with concept store and reception, living room and bar. Michael conceived hotel, taking special attention to details, using an approach stimulated by a clever contemporary artistic values from today. Michael wanted to create the perfect dialogue between those two realities, as he spread a truly poetic message, captivating the charm of the original building and he also protected its heritage by leaving some of the original walls. Along the bar, the designer used noble materials like marble, brass, solid wood, beveled mirrors and graphic wallpaper, paying a tribute to the 50’s. The black and white paving in ceramic matches perfectly with the lighting the designer choose, from the brands Gubi and DelightFULL.
MICHAËL MALAPERT | INTERIOR DESIGNER Michael Malapert opened his interior work in a contemporay luxury base, always taking too serious the historical context of the project, the function of itself and the energy released by the space. Michael believes each project tells a story through architecture and design. His visual vocabulary enhances the well-being and the sustentability balanced between form and function. His approach to each project is as simple as choosing and assembling the key ingredients for it, such as the materials, the lights and volumes, so he can select the best artisans to work with him based
Recently Michael is enjoying a great success and has built an amazing range of projects, such as the Speakeasy, the bar of the Jules and Jim hotel, Yuman the 100% organic restaurant, A-Noste, the gourmet restaurant of chef Julien Duboué, the bistronomic Colonel Moutarde or Kristin Frederick’s Huabu, the founder of the reputed Camion qui fume, La Maison Bleue and the Café de la Marine in the 10th arrondissement.
MID-CENTURY MODERN FLOOR LAMPS TO USE IN YOUR INTERIOR DESIGN PROJECTS
Be inspired by the mid-century feeling.
What you will see is a collection of Mid-century Modern Floor Lamps, developed by some of the most renowned designers from the 40s, 50s and 60s (such as Gerald Thurston) but this list also includes some modern redesigns (Lambert et Fils, Michael Verheyden and DelightFULL). Your interior design projects will acquire the most incredible free spirit feeling through this pieces. Thatâ€™s very important to be smart and to know lamps in order to empower the space. B room is by choosing powerful lighting design pieces.
FROM ANTIQUES TO DECOR: LORENZO CASTILLOâ€™S WORK I
Lorenzo Castillo, the famous Spanish interior designer.
Born in 1968, early on he decided to invest in the artistic area, studying Art History in the Complutense University of Madrid. He has also a Degree in Art and Antiques by the Antique School of Madrid, Silverware and Jewelry by Museum Fine Arts in Boston and History of American Art at Columbia University in New York. It would be in nineties that he would ingress the decoration world, opening an Madrid in 1992, soon customers began to ask him to design the interiors of their homes. His original country would be transformed only in a biographic reference since he was projected to the international map in just a handful of year, thanks to his for color and print. His treasure trove of O located blocks away from the intrinsically-inspiring Prado art museum. As one of Europeâ€™s most desirable designers, Castillo is cast to do projects everywhere from Florence to London to Rotterdam. His talent is increasingly in-demand internationally, with projects commissioned around the world from Shanghai to the Dominican Republic to New York City. Most recently he traveled south to the lively, historical city of Sevilla to tackle a grand Spanish palace with free reign. He always tries to reach an essential, sober and simple decoration. He balances very well the classic with the modern vibe. Castillo creates his own ambiances and you can really see his signatures in all his work. With his daring combinations of risks and break some boundaries!
BACKGROUND & REALIZATIONS: BEST PROJECTS Lorenzo Castillo’s work is endless. He has worked in so many projects over the years. Nonetheless, we point out some of the projects that he has been developing. He designed the interiors for the city’s Hotel Santo Mauro in 2011.
“BARRIO DE LAS CORTES” A house that mixes a very classical vibe with some modern elements. The paintings really house. That is the signature that we talked about in Lorenzo Castillo’s interior design projects.
RESTAURANT CARAY Lorenzo Castillo is responsible for Caray´s beautiful decoration. Castillo has created a luxury he uses such as woods, metals and the thick velvet fabrics made by G The space revolves around a dramatic malachite, brass and marble bar. As every detail has been accounted, the staff´s uniforms have been designed by the high street fashion boutique Just One.
ROOM MATE NEW YORK HOTEL This New York Hotel really brings out his modern sense of style. The choices go from a black and white really modern and contemporary and even the way it is displayed is different than what we are used too.
ECOALF involved in a store decoration and the results are incredible. properties as the best non-recycled products to show that there is no need to use our world’s natural resources in a careless way. It is a whole different shopping experience!
ROOM MATE LUCA A hotel in Florencia Italia Located in San Lorenzo, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Saint Apollonia Last Supper, Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, and Academy Gallery. San Lorenzo Church and Battistero di San Giovanni are also within 10 minutes. Staying there you can explore the historical center of Florencia. Castillo had some thought in this project since he used some bright colors, always with that sense of modern and classic mix. Patterns and colors everywhere, the images don’t lie! Here in this hotel you will never be sad because the decoration doesn’t let you. This is one of the brightest projects of this interior designer.
UP TO TEXAS
For more reasons than we can count, Austin has captured our hearts, and we can’t wait to share the love. The soulful folk rock of the late Townes Van Zandt has been an inspiration to Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Norah Jones, Garth Brooks, and scores of other musicians in Van Zandt’s native Texas and beyond. His reach has now extended to design—in the form of the Hotel Van Zandt on the shores of Austin’s Lady Bird Lake. As the self-proclaimed Live Music Capital of the World, the booming intersection of hipsters and honkytonks, techies and tequila, Austin had obvious attractions for the Kimpton Hotel & Restaurant Group, a company that prides itself on letting local ethos drive a design. for Kimpton, which is also wildly independent with an eclectic mix of our own,” creative director Ave Bradley says.
The hotel’s design showcases work by the talented Mark Zeff, who has dreamed up some of the world’s top boutique hotels and restaurants. Zeff explains that this particular extends beyond the theme of “urban cowboys,” instead encompassing a culture that boasts “a great history of elegance and Texas gentry.” Born in South Africa and based in New York, Mark Zeff sampled barbecue, bought cowboy boots, a classic pair of Luccheses, and listened to music in some of the city’s 200 venues, offering everything from Western swing to alt rock, as part of his reconnaissance. “Van Zandt’s music is very poetic,” Zeff says. “It speaks of freedom.” That’s certainly something that runs in the family. An ancestor, Isaac Van Zandt, was a founding father of the short-lived
Republic of Texas, and Van Zandt County, near Dallas, is also called the Free State of Van Zandt because of a rebellious streak in the citizens, who have twice attempted to secede from the rest of Texas. Zeff looked to the Austin music scene to lay down the baseline for the hotel. His homage plays out in the lobby lounge with an installation of exuberant birds, made from vinyl records, that as curated collections of found objects such as vintage radios and microphones. Many of
DelightFULL. The gig posters in the 319 guest in the ’60’s and ’70’s, when Van Zandt made Blue, symbolically thrums through the color palette as a moody teal. Riffs on blue are found everywhere from the lounge’s tufted velvetcovered sofas and chairs to the guest rooms, where the wall covering evokes dreamy watercolor brushstrokes. The rakish streak in the design suits the city motto, Keep Austin Weird, as well as Kimpton’s MO. “We like to have fun with our hotels, and we’re always looking to do that in a smart and disciplined way,” Bradley says. As an antidote to the cliché of the walnut-paneled library, Zeff styled an events space as a library but gave it high-gloss peacock-blue walls and alcove shelving lined with red-covered books, all about Texas or by Texas authors. “We freaked out the faux library,” he says with satisfaction. neighborhood, the Rainey Street Historic District, a pocket of bars and restaurants in strippeddown bungalows. On early visits, Zeff noticed a wild guinea fowl, affectionately known to locals as Geraldine, roaming the streets. The hotel restaurant is now called Geraldine’s, complete with a guinea fowl for a logo. Other characters are represented in artwork by Van Zandt’s son JT, who creates his images by boring holes in slabs of wood. There are two portraits of Van Zandt, senior; one of a stern-looking Comanche chief; and another of a 19th-century boy with a cigarette dangling from his mouth. A photograph of Van Zandt’s friend Willie Nelson hangs just outside the restaurant. Inside, the arched ceiling joists strung with marqueeesque lights suggest the magical setting of a Texas dance hall, and live music is played every night. It’s not hard to imagine Van Zandt himself onstage.
ZAHA HADID (1950-2016): A RECALL TO HER BEST ARCHITECTURAL WORK A mix of beauty and strength
One of the greatest architect’s in the world, Zaha Hadid, has passed away at the age of 65. But her mesmerizing range of buildings around the globe, will always stay in our minds as one of the bests in the Architecture universe. Let’s press ‘rewind’ and enjoy the architect’s art.
Born in Baghdad in 1950, Zaha Hadid as studied mathematics at the American University of Beirut before enrolling at London’s architectural association (1972). She had established her own london-based practice in 1979, and that was the time that Hadid had growth a global reputation- breaking theoretical works, often inspired by russian constructivism. Recognized as an architect who consistently pushes the boundaries of architecture and urban design, her work search new spatial concepts intensifying existing urban landscapes and scale to interiors and furniture.
Past, Present and Future The Hadid timeline
BERGISEL SKI JUMP, INNSBRUCK, AUSTRIA, (2002) zaha hadid’s 2002 project on bergisel mountains contains a ski ramp and sports facilities, alongside public spaces that include a tower-top café and viewing terrace. Rising to a height of almost 50 meters, the structure’s typical form and silhouette extends the topography of the ski slopes to the alpine sky above.
BMW CENTRAL BUILDING, LEIPZIG, GERMANY B of its plant in leipzig, germany. Comprehended as a series of overlapping and interconnecting levels, hadid’s design blurs the separation between different parts of the complex. It forms a level ground for employees, visitors, and cars.
PHAENO SCIENCE CENTRE, WOLFSBURG, GERMANY Preceding to its opening in 2005, zaha hadid described the phaeno as: ‘the most ambitious and complete statement of our quest for complex, the creation of its avant-garde design required methods and materials unattainable through conventional construction techniques: ‘this project combines formal and geometric complexity with structural audacity and material authenticity. a lot of time and energy was concentrated on achieving this result.’
HUNGERBURG STATION, INNSBRUCK, AUSTRIA A unique architectural language of natural ice formations inspired a series of stations along innsbruck’s northern chain of mountains (2007). plinths. Their soft shapes and contours creates an circulation within.
MAXXI MUSEUM OF XXI CENTURY ART ROME Rome’s ‘MAXXI national museum of XXI century art’ opened in 2009, and was subsequently awarded the 2010 stirling prize. An exterior pedestrian path follows the shape of the building, slipping below its cantilevered volumes, which open onto a large plaza. Inside, a full height atrium main to the museum’s reception spaces, cafeteria, bookshop, auditorium, and galleries that host rotating displays. Materials such as glass, steel and concrete lend the exhibition spaces a neutral appearance, while
GUANGZHOU OPERA HOUSE, GUANGZHOU The guangzhou opera house opened in guangdong, China (2010). Two different forms that seem to piece together, the project serves as a gateway to the city, enhancing urban functions and opening access to the nearby river and docks. Combining cultural traditions with a contemporary approach, the structure is a catalyst for new cultural initiatives in the area.
VITRA FIRE STATION, GERMANY
weil am rhein, germany (1993). This structure was serves as a space for exhibits and events, and continues to be a highlight of contemporary architecture on the campus.
UNDER CONSTRUCTION... One Thousand Museum Tower Zaha Hadid’s residential skyscraper in Miami. The One Thousand Museum skyscraper is located in the city’s Downtown district in front of Museum Park, close to Herzog & de Meuron’s Pérez Art Museum. The tower will reach 62 62 storeys and measure 700 feet (210 metres) tall once completed in 2018. It is Get ready to see more details…
RECENT AWARDS RIBA LONDON - 2014
WIRED’S 100 - 2015
PRITZKER ARCHITECTURE PRIZE - 2015
UK CREATIVE ARTS - 2016
TRENDS FOR THE AUTUMN & WINTER OF 2016/2017
As Coco Chanel once said “Fashion changes, style endures”, let’s take a look what the fashion weeks and designers prepared for the upcoming autumn & winter season. Blouses in jeans, bags combined with the overcoats, high boots above the knees or a cowgirl style. Let’s see what else is in the selection for the next season of that year. Straight from the fashion shows in New York, London, Milan and Paris we chose “the most important” trends you should prepare for. Let’s say a small guide in the collection of dresses, coats, shoes, handbags, glasses or jewellery
that you have to have in your closet. The main trends regarding to the bags, is this time using “double bags” or better said “la doppia borsa” which means wearing bags always in pairs, two by two. Maybe better to use one small as purse and the other one bigger but they have to be matched together by the colour or style. Get inspired by the fashion shows of Dior, Prada or Loewe. A return back to the 80s’ or 90s’ brings out the biker leather jackets ahead with the several variations: with stitches, decorated with zip or covered with glitters. But with very
important rule to follow: it has to be black, at least always. The shoes of the season would above the knees. They will take place during all the season. And as was proposed during the shows will be colourful, romantic animal or minimal. And will be the colour of the season? Among the many other colours and shades, and beige the cream one, is the top to dress up on the shows. The models impose to wear it from the top of the head up to the toe, to make a stronger monochromatic effect.
RETRO STYLE FORGOTTEN? NOT ACCORDING TO THE GIGI HADID.
Retro style or fashion got back and has so many fans already! As we love you so much, and we also love fashion topics, we are going to bring you some great news about it! Keep reading to First of the very important information for you, vintage is not the same with the retro. Vintage style, according some research, is the item which in antique but is at least 20 years old. of dressing up and the fashion itself of the recent past. Let’s say 90s’ or 2000s’. Retro does not need to be old, can be a brand new item, in
the style of the older times or replicate one. Retro is very fresh, colourful, and make you feel like you are traveling in time. Comparing again with the vintage style, if you imagine the pictures itâ€™s laces. Retro in the other side, is represented with geometrical shape and style of the patterns, mod and iconic led items. And some retro advice? Letâ€™s inspirations and the style of the Gigi Hadid and her way of retro style. The young model always surprise us with the fresh new designs, which retrieves the old styles and in the same
time looks very modern! Using the colours and great items, her Instagram photos are one of the most viewed on the Instagram itself! But that is what maybe the people expect of the young and very famous model. But not only the dress makes the style, also the hairstyle of the model remember the style of the 1980sâ€™. The big waves and the red lipstick as she is wearing on the most of her Instagram pictures.
LAS VEGAS MARKET 2016 July 31 – August 4
The most comprehensive furniture, home décor & gift market in the Western United States made twice a year
100% DESIGN LONDON 21st – 24th September, 2016
The UK’s largest design trade show for architects and designers, which will take place in Olympia London. DECOREX INTERNATIONAL 2016 18th – 21st September
Internationally renowned and luxury design event, for discovering the very best of the new exciting and innovative design pieces. During the show you will see the collection of 400 hand-selected exhibitors. PARIS DESIGN WEEK 3rd- 10th September, 2016
During the 8 days of the show, the French and international design professionals and the public will see and discover the best of the design in Paris. The event will unit together 300 participants, that will present their design in Paris. MILAN FASHION WEEK 21st – 27th September, 2016
Presenting the new styles and design of the clothes and accessories in one of the top cities of fashion – Milan. New York Fashion Week 8th- 15th September, 2016
New design styles and pieces presented in the New York on the spring and fall every week. Offering the Main stage as the showcase of the designers’ upcoming collection. The show create an expansive marketplace for the brands to show and sell their new collection products. During the show the designers have the amazing opportunity to engage thousands of the guests for all week.
Seoul Fashion Week 17th – 22nd October, 2016
Global fashion business event held twice in a year, in March and October, and operated strategically with a goal to become one of the most prominent fashion week of the world. Seoul Collection is a series of the top Korean designers’ fashion show and also one of the largest fashion event in Korea. BDNY 2016 13th- 14th November, 2016
Boutique Design New York, BDNY, is one of the leading trade fair in the US, and conference for the hospitality design industry, serving the eastern United States, Canada and Europe. Style Fashion Week Dubai November, 2016
Offering the similar conditions as during the Style Fashion Week LA, the show create an expansive marketplace for brands to display and sell their products all week with opportunity to present and sell their design pieces. Art Basel Miami 1st – 4th December, 2016
Art Basel Miami hosts and stages the world’s best modern and contemporary art shows, in the city of Swiss, Basel.
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Published on Aug 2, 2016
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