This week we enjoyed quite a few new fashion stories, a beautifully designed table, the debut of an exciting new zine, and more. Catch up on the news you may have missed below.
“MR PORTER hand-picked six lesser known designers to create exclusive collaborations with direction from Beams. The focused project is a needed boost for brands that typically do not enjoy global spotlight.”
London Collection Men saw Barbour present a heritage-focused FW15 collection. Designers drew inspiration from naval history and the one of the brand’s own vintage prints.
L’Agent was inspired by the vintage glamour of show girls for its Spring Summer 2016 collection. Take a look at the circus-themed campaign ahead.
Endurance drives Belstaff’s FW16 collection which celebrates pioneering figures in endurance riding. The most interesting feature of the collection may just be the technical details, which were designed to consider even the most unforeseeable of outdoor accidents.
Paddle8 goes inside retail magnate Andy Spade’s Upper East Side home to take a look at some of the art and collectors items he’s purchased over the years.
Personal experience informs Nicholas Daley’s quietly eclectic Spring/Summer 2016 collection. It is a nod to the diversity that influenced the designer’s upbringing.
Designer Andrea Ponti emulates Hong Kong’s industrial buildings in the “Kanban” coffee table. Unfortunately for the rest of us, the table was designed for a private client and is not available for purchase.
Award-winning design studio, nendo, added two more items to its home goods line. The first is a streamlined umbrella holder that we wouldn’t judge anyone for confusing with a tissue box (in a good way). The second is an electronics-loving pillow; it comes with special pockets to cradle your tech or acts as a tablet keyboard station.
This week Everlane introduced a collection of athletic clothing that is meant to make the transition lounging indoors to casual hangouts. Considering just how popular Everlane has become, we’re interested to see the response.
Conceived by photographer Lucas Walter, Juice House’s first edition has us excited to see more. The zine was produced with a risograph printer, making its pages appear more textured and rich.