BALENCIAGA, L’OEUVRE AU NOIR

  Inspired by a series of lookbooks that founder Cristóbal Balenciaga had designed and that his successor rediscovered in the archives, Gvasalia, the newly-appointed creative director, highlighted a new sense volume with oversized capes, coats… Continue reading

National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo celebrates Marcel Breuer

  Marcel Breuer (1902-1981), the architect of the UNESCO headquarters in Paris and the former Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, is probably best known for his Club B3 and Wassily chairs. Focusing on Breuer’s ‘modern design’, the… Continue reading

Want: Clare V clutch

‘Oyster Bar’ – a nod to Parisian café culture inspired by the designer’s time in the city.

Do Ho Suh at Victoria Miro

  South Korean artist Do Ho Suh has lived in Seoul, NY, Berlin and London so changing homes and the impact it has on identity are familiar concepts to him. Exhibited for the first time at… Continue reading

Saint Laurent Fall 2017 Ready to Wear

  “I couldn’t do a show without those golden years, but I wanted to take that further.” Anthony Vaccarello said about Yves Saint Laurent’s years of partying and debauchery, the source of inspiration… Continue reading

R.I.P Gustav Metzger

  Artist and political activist who is recognised for his protests in the political and artistic realms. He developed the concept of Auto-Destructive Art and the Art Strike. Together with John Sharkey, he… Continue reading

Dries van Noten’s 100th show

  “I decided not to make a big event of it. I just thought about going back to the essence of a show—models, lights, chairs.” Dries van Noten said about the 30th anniversary… Continue reading

Welcome to the COCO CHANEL café

  To be inaugurated on 3rd March, the Coco Chanel Café is the new hot spot in Tokyo. From 3rd to 12th March, an ephemeral “Coco Café” will be staged in Omotesando. In this… Continue reading

Congratulations Moonlight on winning best movie

Want: LOEWE Elephant striped leather shoulder bag