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Designer Max Poglia was recently recruited by The Line to produce an exclusive set of handsome cutlery. After experiencing his product firsthand at Liberty Fairs last year, we’ve followed the Brazilian designer on his quest to use ancient… The post Max Poglia Designs Exclusive Cutlery for The Line appeared first on Selectism.
After almost a decade of planning and patience, Fondazione Prada (which houses a bar designed by Wes Anderson) will officially open to the public in Milan. In support of the opening, Prada will hold two OMA-conceived exhibitions — the… The post Preview | Fondazione Prada’s Opening Exhibitions in Milan & Venice appeared first on Selectism.
For Spring/Summer 2015, Ace & Tate is releasing its coveted eyewear in three deliveries, or chapters, as the brand is calling it. This week will see the release of Chapter Two: Reckless Summer — the new range includes eight new frames in… The post First Look | “Reckless” Summer Eyewear by Ace & Tate appeared first on Selectism.
Known more for its contemporary womenswear range, Korean label SBRN — Surreal but Nice — gets our full attention with its men’s Fall/Winter 2015 collection, entitled “Find Me.” That playful attitude that has gained the brand its… The post Surreal but Nice Fall/Winter 2015 Menswear – “Find Me” appeared first on Selectism.
In Williamsburg on North 8th, sequestered just off of the main thoroughfare of Bedford, is Cherry Izakaya. Conceptualized by Eugene Morimoto and Jonathan Morr, and realized with the assistance of Brooklyn-based design studio Home, the… The post Bites by Design | Cherry Izakaya, Brooklyn appeared first on Selectism.
Directors Oscar Boyson and Poppy de Villeneuve set out their latest project with one goal in mind: to demystify the world’s most notorious and admired art event, the Venice Biennale. Through a series of short films, the directors dive… The post A Series of Short Films Demystifies the Prestigious Venice Biennale appeared first on Selectism.
For our latest episode of Aether‘s “Jacket in Motion” video series, we present Jimmy Phillips of The Domestique New York. Cycling brings normality to Jimmy Phillips: “It keeps me from all the day to day stresses in New York. It’s… The post Selectism TV | Watch Aether Jackets in Motion with The Domestique NYC appeared first on Selectism.
A concept design in the truest sense of the word, multi-disciplinary design agency, Studio Dessuant Bone, create a functionless set of tableware to frustrate and amuse. Tongue firmly in cheek, the Parisian consultancy dub the line Fasted… The post Studio Dessuant Bone Create “Fasted” Functionless Tableware Series appeared first on Selectism.
Ethical American retailer Apolis unveil the results of a year long project with Japan’s FREAK’S STORE. Supporting the victims of the 2011 Japan Tohoku Tsunami in Koriyama-City, Fukushima, more than 40 jobs in design and production have… The post Apolis Join FREAK’S STORE for “Advocacy Through Industry” Project & Collection appeared first on Selectism.
Earlier this year, we saw Norwegian product designer Stian Korntved make one eclectic wooden spoon a day for 365 days. Now, a neighboring designer over at Sweden ups the weird wooden spoon game (we are making it a thing now) with Oddwood… The post Oddwood – Eclectic Wooden Spoons Handmade in Sweden appeared first on Selectism.
Louis Wong’s A.P.C. sub-label Louis W. is always a study in quality materials, meticulous fit and understated style. For Spring/Summer 2015, the brand continues in its lineage of top-notch bomber jackets, drawing on the movies of Gus Vant… The post Louis W. for A.P.C. Spring/Summer 2015 – Jackets Inspired by Gus Van Sant appeared first on Selectism.
Drawing inspiration from New York City’s cultural diversity, New York-founded, Bangkok-based SSAP delivers a colorful Spring/Summer 2015 collection. Inspired by tropicals and simple lifestyle, the collection embodies the listlessness of… The post SSAP Spring/Summer 2015 appeared first on Selectism.
As part of the MOVEment project, which explores the intersection of fashion, dance and film, Calvin Klein Collection costumes dancers Julie Kent and Jonah Bokaer for an enigmatic new film by Daniel Arsham. The black-and-white film depicts a… The post “MOVEment” – A Calvin Klein Collection Film by Daniel Arsham appeared first on Selectism.
Tanner Goods releases a small new collection called Geoglyph, simplifying the Egyptian hieroglyphics into playful geometric patterns to celebrate “communication as an art form.” The four-piece range boasts the brand’s high-quality… The post Tanner Goods “Geoglyph” Leather Accessories appeared first on Selectism.
Brazilian design studio Jahara unveils its latest full collection, “Conterrâneos.” Translated as “Countrymen,” the assortment sees everyday objects made from rustic clay materials take stacked, totem form. Opal glass also appears… The post Jahara Studio‘s Rustic Clay “Conterrâneos” Collection appeared first on Selectism.
UK label Ashley Watson shows off its patriotic side with a Fall/Winter 2015 collection focusing in on British-made goods. Shot by Adam Corbett around the brutalist dream that is London’s Barbican estate, the lookbook displays the… The post Ashley Watson Fall/Winter 2015 – The Daily Journey appeared first on Selectism.
A sustainable solution to portable sound, the “Trobla” from TOK TOK design studio takes audio back to its bare essentials. Named after the Slovenian word for “horn,” the designers set about creating a product in their favoured… The post The “Trobla” Wooden Amplifier Free of Electrical Components appeared first on Selectism.
Legendary Irish architect and designer Eileen Gray goes under the spotlight once again with the reopening of her historic “E1027? Côte d’Azur home. Completed in 1929, the starkly modernist residence was ahead of its time, pushing the… The post Eileen Gray’s Controversial “E1027? Côte d’Azur Home Opens to the Public appeared first on Selectism.
It’s Sunday and as usual we’re looking back on a week’s worth of stories. Bringing together a diverse mix of news, opinion and stuff we love; the past seven days brought us Chilean surf activists, life tips from an Italian cashmere… The post Staff Selections | 10 Highlights of the Week appeared first on Selectism.
Miuccia Prada and Patrizio Bertelli have spent the last decade preparing for this unveiling and now the time has come. On the May 9, Fondazione Prada will open its doors as a 10 building, 19,000 square meter space that aims to … The post 10 Years in the Making Milan’s Fondazione Prada Finally Launches appeared first on Selectism.