worked with Tom Greyhound, designing our Paris store in 2014.
From the projects for museums in Paris to the well-known fashion houses,
they have created many iconic and inventive architectures
engaging in the realms of art, fashion and retail, establishing their own innovative universe.
Shed new light on your architectural interests with our interview with these amazing duo architects!
Tom Greyhound had an interview with the designer of Reike Nen to share her thoughts and vision about the brand.
Founded in Moscow in 2011, the hottest Russian label Walk Of Shame is grabbing more attention internationally with the successful debut at New York fashion week last year.
The re-creation of post soviet culture with its kitschy yet flashy glamorous styling, Walk Of Shame seems to truly represent the fascinating energy of young fashion crowd in Russia.
We had an interview with the charming designer Andrey Artyomov, so get to know a little bit more about the brand here! And don't miss the Walk Of Shame display at our shop window during the Paris Fashion week until next week!
Founded in December 2014, the South-Korean brand ADER (short for “Aesthetic Drawing people togethER) has since gathered a huge following of loyal devotees from all over the world.
Working together as a collective, the ADER crew is composed of people, with and without a background in fashion, who share a common vision of contemporary fashion. At ADER, every piece breaks away from the concept of gender and its proportions are revisited to create something that is unique, easy and fun.
“Easy” and “fun” are indeed two words that are essential to the ADER DNA. But the brand goes beyond that and appears as a spot-on response to youth culture and the current Instagram generation who loves their oversized and colourful pieces that are instantly identifiable.
Despite having a following of more than 500,000 people on Instagram, the ADER team usually shies away from the press and remains very elusive. In this rare interview, we talk about gender, social media and what inspires their work.
Words by Matthieu da Rocha