MBFW was happening once again.Summer 16 will be soft and delicate, the return of the 70`s will rule, but also bright prints will enrich the stores next season : BOOMING BLOOM is the name of this trend theme from us for MODEUROPand the ILM. Even if the last issue of the legendary BBB was a disappointing finish before the Zalando edition starts next year.The Panorama fair performed on a very high level, new brands, and the new Nova hall brought refreshment. The Premium fair was busy and solid as expected with great new brands. The Seek and Brightwere a great attraction for ubran minimal and sleek buyers, the location at the Arena is established and fantastic. Let’s hope that the new owner of the Bright exhibition brings the fair further forward. The raw indigo driven Selvedge Runwill be for sure a magnet in the new location next season. Our favorite Designer Catwalk shows during the fashion week was:BOBBY KOLADEand SADAK!!!
The Anterprima fair in Milan presented once again a creative and vibrating selection of the most edgy italian tanneries. The retune of black, the new “natural” vibe and some eclectic color flashes proved that winter 16_17 will be thrilling. One very interesting new tendency was the strong shift towards high tech finishings. For us the Anteprima was again a MUST see fair espeically when you are looking for an early trend overview for the key trend and leather directions.
One of our favourite stores for selected fine designer brands SCHWARZHOGERZEIL has moved to a new location in Berlin Mitte. From the Mulackstrasse the owner Nicole Hogerzeil moved around the corner of our design office to the Torstrassse.In the larger store, the former two stores are now combined in ONE with a even better selection of brands like: Perret Schaad, Common Projects or Carven and new labels such as Marni or Dries von Noten. The inspirational retail space of Hogerzeil is a must see.
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During our recent Italy trip we had to notice once again: Italians doing it better ! In Bari the pearl of south Italy, a city with only 322,000 inhabitants, we discovered the wonderful concept store INSIGHT: an incredibly well curated store with a portfolio from MM6 Martin Margiela to ODEUR and the most popular street goth brand KTZ. On top you can find a good selection of Italian upcoming design talents like Lucio Vanotti as well as shoes and bags. A MUST SEE STORE !!!!
Our friends from the design studioHidden Fortresshave created the ultra flexible interior design concept for the new concept store Bazar Noir. We love the mix of ultra black in combination with the clean wood elements. The boxed-in floating staircase is another highlight of the store. ”The challenge was to realize the same [black] tone in a variety of surfaces, materials and production methods,” said the designers in an interview at deezen magazine.
The Bazar Noir store is located in the heart of Kreuzberg, Berlin and offers rare goods from local and international brands and designers. “Our carefully selected mix of handcrafted small furniture, objects, books, and art is defined by a simple yet avant-garde style.”
Bazar Noir/ Kreuzbergstrasse 78 / 10965 Berlin / Germany
the new collabo of nikelab with the japanes cult designer and founder of sacai, chitose abe, brings the future of sports to a new level: check out the amazing video here:
nikelab presents nike x sacai, a collection inspired by the desire to innovate the body in motion. by reinterpreting heritage nike sportswear icons, nike x sacai defines a completely new aesthetic and functionality in sport style for women.
es freut uns sehr das die designagenturblond & bieberdie wir mit ihrem algaemy projetkt bereits im september 2014 beim MODEUROP forecast vorgestellt haben nun noch besser wahrgenommen wird: die von uns sehr geschätzte, grossartige blog website profashionals von uwe müller berichtet gerade mal wieder über visonäre trends im bereich technik und innovation: mit dabei das drucken mit mikroalgen von blond & bieber.
“Manuelle Textilfärbung mit Algen: Die Berliner Designer Essi Johanna Glomb und Rasa Weber haben ein Verfahren zum Färben von Textilien entwickelt, das auf Mikroalgen statt Chemie setzt. In ihrem Designstudio Blond & Bieber haben sie dazu einen Drucker gebaut, der vollständig manuell betrieben wird.” Zitat vom profashionals Artikel.
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