You have one more month to take our breath away... Polimoda x ASVOFF are asking you to submit a film with the brief, one of the 6 themes: HUMAN BODY (Body), URBAN SPACE (Space) , IMAGINATION )Imagery), WRITING (Calligraphy), CREATION (Craft), CLOTHING (Dress) - 1-3 minutes.
Think about it, construct it, submit it...MARCH 31 DEADLINE
The École nationale supérieure des Arts Décoratifs (ENSA) invited writer, art historian and curator Sophie Berrebi, who just launched a new book named The Shape of Evidence. Based in Amsterdam, Berrebi has numerous publications on contemporary art and is editor of the academic journal Stedelijk Studies.
Swouitch presented their new mobile application that invites users to exchange personal objects.
Presented by its founder, David Chavanis, the application works with a geo-localization system and is connected to user’s Facebook profile, which allows it to know the aesthetical universe and find the best fitted trade.
Dior and I is the acclaimed documentary that follows the first steps of Belgian designer Raf Simons as Dior’s new creative director, eight weeks before the presentation of his very first collection. Highly entertaining and extremely well-paced, Dior and I takes you behind the scenes with rare insight, capturing a key moment in recent fashion history.
Unscent took place this weekend at the Avery Perfume Gallery at Excelsior. On the 26th Intertrade Group gave a cocktail party after the opening of UNSCENT and the following day there was a private dinner at the new offices of Intertrade that doesn't look like any office that you've ever seen. In between the cocktail and the private dinner I managed to visit the Small, my favorite spot in Milano.
HENZEL STUDIO exposed their collaboration/heritage edition of art rugs and limited art pillows at Colette. Working together with contemporary artist such as Scott Campbell, Juergen Teller, Nan Goldin and many more, they all translate their work through an alternate output, art rugs. The creations are all hand made in Nepal, using old artisanal weaving techniques. The display of these designs can be seen at Colette until the 18th of April.