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Looking back to 2003, British artists Jake and Dinos Chapman revisit one of their most popular works for the Tate. Part of the ’80s and ’90s YBA (Young British Artists) crew that turned visual arts into popular culture alongside the… The post Artist Jake Chapman Discusses Reinventing Goya’s “Disasters of War” appeared first on Selectism.
The Cyderhouse rules read as follows: “Something novel, something simple, something authentic.” Headed up by Yuji Okamoto, the Shibuya based label makes a first appearance on our pages, this Fall/Winter 2015 line-up a perfect… The post Introducing Cyderhouse for Fall/Winter 2015 appeared first on Selectism.
One of our favourite new store openings, Native & Co, will unveil its very own set of furniture at the London Design Festival in September. A homewares and accessory retailer located in London’s Notting Hill, the in-house range is a move… The post London Store Native & Co Produces a Line of Minimalist Furniture appeared first on Selectism.
Iconic midcentury architect and designer Alexander Girard is still remembered after more than two decades of his passing. Vitra has just released a new product suite based on his archival designs, made in collaboration with members of his… The post Vitra Rereleases Alexander Girard’s Archival Midcentury Designs appeared first on Selectism.
Comme des Garçons PLAY’s iconic heart patch has gone through multiple color changes, starting with its original red to black and green. Now, the playful two-eyed heart gets another treatment in CdG PLAY’s new Gold Heart Series of… The post The Comme des Garçons PLAY Heart Patch Gets a New Color appeared first on Selectism.
British smartwatch maker Vector releases new styles of its Lunar and Meridian models. The round and square-faced watches come in black leather straps, stainless steel or rose gold metal, and retain the traditional wristwatch look that the… The post Britain’s Vector Makes Smartwatches that Resemble Traditional Timepieces appeared first on Selectism.
A long-standing relationship, we take a look at the latest collaborative line from two old favorites: Beams and Champion Japan. As evidenced my multiple spot-on lookbooks, Champion Japan continues to offer its market a wide range of… The post Military Meets Mickey Mouse for Champion by Beams Fall/Winter 2015 appeared first on Selectism.
Buttero favorite, the Tanino, has received many makeovers during its lifespan, from perforated calfskin to rich Horween leather. A long-standing favorite among minimalist sneaker fans, this latest version for Fall/Winter 2015 offers a… The post The Buttero Tanino Sneaker Transforms with a “Spat” for Fall/Winter 2015 appeared first on Selectism.
Celebrating “40 years of utility, strength and durability” Penfield prepare us for challenging weather with its upcoming Fall/Winter 2015 collection. Offering an exclusive look at its latest campaign, bold primary colors create an… The post First Look | Penfield Kicks Off 40th Anniversary Celebrations with Fall/Winter 2015 appeared first on Selectism.
Dickies’ more fashion-conscious imprint, Dickies Construct, teams up with Californian bookmaker Broken Homme on exclusive pairs of boots and oxfords. With a mantra of “quality is victimless,” Broken Homme hand-makes all of its quality… The post Dickies Construct Uses Its Official Pantone Color on Boots by Broken Homme appeared first on Selectism.
Larsson & Jennings’ beautiful unisex LJX Custom watch was previously only available in London. But starting today, L&J will tour Europe with its newly designed portable studio that mimics its Covent Garden store. Richly colored leather… The post See Larsson & Jennings’ Traveling Modular Watch Studio appeared first on Selectism.
Ever since we met Max Poglia at Liberty Fairs New York last year, we’ve continued to see his handmade tools in some of our favorite boutiques around the world (see: The Line). The burgeoning designer’s latest partnership is with… The post Exclusive Poglia Tools for Japan’s Old Joe Brand appeared first on Selectism.
Oliver Sweeney delivers the most impressive lookbook out of all the shoe brands we know. Last season was inspired by Eames, offering a set of stunning visuals that blended the art of furniture and shoes. For Fall/Winter 2015, Oliver Sweeney… The post First Look | Oliver Sweeney Fall/Winter 2015 Shoes & Outerwear appeared first on Selectism.
UK-based “Law” magazine, featured in a profile back in January, adds its own spin to the Fall/Winter 2015 collection from Champion. Shot by photographer ‘Bafic’ on the streets of London, the “Absent Without Leave” campaign… The post First Look | Champion Fall/Winter 2015 by “LAW” Magazine appeared first on Selectism.
British photographer Alasdair McLellan follows up a quietly beautiful Margaret Howell Spring/Summer 2015 campaign with an equally elegant set of images for Fall/Winter 2015. Sticking to his trademark black and white, classic Howell… The post Catch the Margaret Howell Fall/Winter 2015 Campaign Shot by Alasdair McLellan appeared first on Selectism.
A Japanese retailer reaching out to its eager, non-Japanese audience, TOMORROWLAND introduces its impeccably styled Fall/Winter 2015 collection for the US and European market. The upcoming season is all about contrast in fabric, silhouette… The post A Focus on Fabric from TOMORROWLAND Fall/Winter 2015 appeared first on Selectism.
We believe good design is integral to any project — the best often goes overlooked as it reads so naturally in its environment. Prime example: Swedish firm Bedow‘s beautifully simple storage solution for world-renowned record shop… The post See Bedow’s Modular Shelving System for Record Mania appeared first on Selectism.
Who says a production company can’t start a humble leather goods business? Introducing Scholar Manufactuing, an imprint created by the folks at Gentleman Scholar, a multi-media firm known for its creative work for clients like Coca-Cola… The post Introducing Scholar Manufacturing – Leather Goods at the Crossroad of Luxury and Utility appeared first on Selectism.
The late Massimo Vignelli was not only a communications and graphics designer but a furniture designer as well. Together with his wife, Lella Vignelli, he designed the Mesa in 1985, a monolithic and “almost primitive” table, as… The post Poltrona Frau Reproduces Massimo Vignelli’s Mesa appeared first on Selectism.
More Dutch design business as we take a look at a superb set of sculptural lamps from Amsterdam-based ODD MATTER studio. Graduates of London’s prestigious Royal College of Art, Els Woldhek and Georgi Manassiev came together to found a… The post Form & Function in Play Across the “NODE” Sculptural Lighting Collection appeared first on Selectism.