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The swedish brand lanuches a capsule collection of clothes and design objects.
A private view behind the scene of France’s most famous Opera.
Philip Patterson breathes new life in Scotland’s artisanal know-how
The Los Angeles-based gallery hosts a dinner cum installation to celebrate Haans Nicholas Mott
Strangely noble yet playful and subtly seductive, Elena Dawson carrys on her silent revolution.
Please Wait To Be Seated adds contemporary blasts of fun to minimalism design.
Jessica De Maio portraits Alina H. trapped into a synthetic dream of pale illusions.
Camille Henrot turns Monday’s chaos into a comprehensive art exhibition featuring a series of new works on display at the Fondazione Memmo in Rome.
A still-life story that combines organic and inorganic elements to express the essential beauty of minimalistic jewelry.
Rei Kawakubo mocks at fashion’s obsession with new clothes and empty ideals of modern luxury.
A place out of time, where past and present meet in unique harmony.
A.I. Artisanal Intelligence celebrates the city of Rome as a key destination of the creative journey of contemporary artists and designers.
Sol Calero recreates a fictional Venezuelan currency exchange station for Art Basel 2016.
Photographer Fancesco Ormando pictures Lutza and Gresa for the new virtual space soley dedicated to fashion newcomers.
An exclusive visit at Onecollection Finn Juhl’s HQ in Copenhagen.
Davide Balula presents a live performace that mimes canonical sculpture works.
Sailors of the world, the Gucci crew falls for the excitement of new discoveries.
Hans Op De Beeck presents an immersive installation for the Unlimited section of Art Basel 2016.
The exhibition curated by Luca Tomio and inaugurated by Achille Bonito Oliva establishes a dialogue between different generations of Italian artists.
J.W. Anderson sees fashion through a child’s eyes.
Archivio J.M. Ribot digs into the past to give a new identity to clothes that have a memory.
An exclusive tour of the hotel organized by 3daysofdesign.
I’ve attempted to make Versailles look at you, rather than you look at Versailles.
An exlusive studio visit at Villa Lena Foundation.
Thomas Kratz turns Giorgio Galotti’s gallery into an abstract pictorical setting.
One color, multiple shades, infinite possibilities.
The Swiss artist showcases his first UK solo exhibition and his largest museum project to-date.
An utopia in the heart of Tuscany.
Nude elegance meets industrial roughness.