When it comes to fashion and Brazil, we usually think swimsuits, flip flops and friendship bracelets. A new comer can be added to the list. Launched two years ago by former stylist Leo Neves, the brand Waiwai presents a collection of handmade bags that are perfect for summer.
Statement pieces are not always supposed to be unusual, weird or super colorful. Sometimes, the simplest and most refined things can be as eye-catching. That’s precisely what comes out of Maria Rudman’s jewelry.
If you’re lucky enough to live close to the Mediterranean Sea, bikini season has probably started. Summer officially kicked off a week ago in Beirut, my hometown. Thick sweaters, leather boots and cashmere pants have been replaced by a much more joyful wardrobe solely meant to cover up a vitamin D nourished skin.
Lately, I’ve been spending some time with a man who’s clearly not interested in simplicity, sanity and harmony. Sadly he’s not the only one.
Named in honor of M.I. Road, Jaipur’s mythical jewelry avenue, Imaï was launched 10 years ago by former interior design journalist Julie Borgeaud.
Her collections (she has about 10 lines) are all hand-made in France and produced in limited series.
Located in the heart of the Marais, Legay Choc seems like a standard Parisian bakery. Classic croissants, baguettes, sandwiches and pastries are nicely presented on the shelves, but when you look closer, you’ll notice that unusual products can also be found in the shop.
Organized by Palais Galliera at the Musée Bourdelle, the exhibition presents a selection of drawings, models, hats and jewelry by the famous Spanish designer.
They’ve been around for almost 6 decades now. A strong symbol of youth, rebellion and self-expression, Dr. Martens boots have been adopted by a large variety of people including musicians, social workers, students, and tribes as various as skinheads, gothics and punks.