• Life.Style.etc Loves… Seek No Further pop-up

    by  • March 20, 2014 • 0 Comments

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    Hands up, who remembers Fruit of the Loom? There was a time when every wardrobe had a sweat shirt, t-shirt, or tracksuit bottoms by the brand – they may even have contributed to your school uniform. But with its edgy new premium line Seek No Further, Fruit of the Loom is leaving tracksuits behind and making waves in the fashion world. The label has opened twin pop-up stores in London’s hipster capital Redchurch street and in Berlin to showcase its seriously covetable wares.

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    Life.Style.etc Loves Maison Martin Margiela x Omexco

    by  • March 19, 2014 • 0 Comments

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    Fans of the irreverent Martin Margiela can now apply the designer’s signature avant-garde styling to the realm of interiors thanks to a new collection of wallcoverings with Belgian manufacturers Omexco. Masion Martin Margiela’s debut collection of designs mix classical elegance with a dash of wit. Mirroring the fashion house’s design DNA, the range plays with Trompe l’oeil effects, from the optical graphic blocking of La Mosique, above, inspired by traditional marquetry, to photographic panel design Le Rideau. Other designs include Le Point de Croix, a cross stitched 3D effect floral bouquet, and L’optique, a warped herringbone pattern.

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    The World according to… matali crasset

    by  • March 18, 2014 • 0 Comments

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    Multi-disciplined French designer matalie crasset (she elects to write her name in lower case) works across product design, interior design, architecture, graphic design and furniture. After spending five years at Phillipe Stark‘s design agency, crasset established her own studio in Paris in 1998. She’s worked with brands as diverse as macaron maker Pierre Herme to Tefal and Established & Sons. Her most recent project – the Territoire modular trays for Alessi – questions the way in which we interact with the objects and people around us.

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