Insight concept store Bari

   

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 !!!!

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Insight-Concept-Store/276789622348560?fref=ts

The store is located in the historical center of the old town in Bari:
Via Re Manfredi 48/49 (Piazza Mercantile)
Posted: 5_15



BLACK vs WOOD_the ultra minimal store design by Hidden Fortress

   

Our friends from the design studio Hidden Fortress have 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

© pictures: Hidden Fortress

posted:  3_15



NIKE X SACAI_poetic sports luxe

   

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.

© of the picture and the video: nike

posted: 3_15



MODEUROP abonnenten sind früher informiert

   

es freut uns sehr das die designagentur blond & bieber die 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.

auf profashionals wird die agentur TrendOne regelmäßig  über news aus dem bereich fashion & visionary technique berichten. definitiv lesenswert.

pictures alchemy: © http://blondandbieber.com / pictures fashion forecast: MODEUROP fashion forecast bags by nextguruNow.: http://www.modeurop.de

posted: 3_15



trend confirmation_DECADENT POP_ W15/16

   

as presented during the ILM fair in offenbach, the trend theme DECADENT POP has now been confirmed during the catwalk shows in milan, paris and london. even if the season is characterized by the 70`s and an invasion of greys and olive tones: have an eye on futuristic and bright pop up colours for winter 15_16…:color- and trend topic: decadent pop

the color story of the season with the most contrasts and high spirits. characterized by a lively and sensual luxury: saturated shades like amaranth and winterly turquoise create the glamour. caviar-black and beaver-brown supply the basis with a deep dark blue. burnt orange, deep samba-red, and fresh forest-green supply suspense. jazzy spots of color reached by azalea-pink. this color effect is intensified by metallic surfaces and deeply effective velour.

collections shown here: manish arora_dior_mary katrantzou_nissa_herz & stöhr

here is a review on the mannish arora show from STYLE.COM

herz & stöhr nissa ILM FAIR

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Alexander McQueen_the first retrospective in london

   

fashion is dead_the work of McQueen is immortal !!! save the date: Alexander McQueen: 14 MARCH_2 AUGUST 2015 : V@A MUSEUM / LONDON

“celebrating the extraordinary creative talent of one of the most innovative designers of recent times, alexander mcqueen: the first and largest retrospective of the late designer’s work to be presented in europe, the exhibition will showcase mcqueen’s visionary body of work. savage beauty will be the first and largest retrospective of mcqueen’s work to be presented in europe.” ©: text and picture: victoria and albert museum / http://www.vam.ac.uk

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the end of seasonal fashion cycle ?

   

…brilliant article on fashion united…:“The blurring of the seasonal fashion cycle is not a fad” : In the research article, written by Antoine Leclerc-Mougne, which first appeared in the February 26th issue, the weekly magazine points the finger at the incongruity (seen by all as of now) of discovering the spring-summer collections just when the cold is beginning to descend and, vice versa, having to choose from “full winter” clothing in the midst of a languidly extensive Indian summer. He also notes that wealthy clientele no longer feel the need to comply with a rhythm that is no longer in tune with their lifestyle. But there is a glimmer of hope that…….READ THE FULL ARTICLE ON FASHION UNITED HERE: https://fashionunited.com

picture & text © fashion united



MODEUROP forecast bags summer 16_CD available NOW

   

THE MODEUROP FASHION FORECAST : WAS PRESENTED DURING THE ILM FAIR: 1.3.2015: THE BAGS LEATHERGOODS FORECAST CD ROM WITH ALL RELEVANT COLOURS/ LEATHER SURFACES/ KEY BAGS SHAPES IS AVAILABLE NOW HERE : http://www.modeurop.de/bestell.htm

OR CONTACT THE MODEUROP TEAM:

MODEUROP – Fashion Pool im DSI / Berliner Straße 46  / 63065 Offenbach am Main / Telefon (069) 82 97 42-0  / info(@)schuhinstitut.de