Archive for the ‘Art’ Category

  Galleria Carla Sozzani’s exhibition for Tony Viramontes opens Thursday 5 September -Bold, Beautiful and Damned: The World of 1980’s Fashion Illustrator Tony Viramontes by Dean Rhys-Morgan Viramontes captured the New Wave energy of the 1980’s he was a street smart dandy who played the part to the hilt, but at the same time he […]


Emilio Pucci (1914-1992) had a passion for women, a visionary sense of style, and an eye for color and design. With these talents he created a fashion house unlike any other. By the early ’50s his boutique on the isle of Capri was catering to wealthy sophisticates, heiresses and movie stars buying his “Capri pants”, […]


  SPRMRKT SPRMRKT is a 450m2 concept store that wants to surprise every customer that takes a step at our entrance. The look of SPRMRKT is constantly changing and we have been in a non-stop development from the day we opened. Nearly ten years ago we were the walhalla for vintage design classics and by […]


The Dragon Lantern is a essential element in Mid-Autumn Festival. The Dragon is legendary creature, it represents the sacred, people believe it can take wealth and prosperity


IKEA (Ingvar Kamprad Elmtaryd Agunnaryd) . IKEA was founded in 1943 by 17-year-old Ingvar Kamprad in Sweden, named as an acronym comprising the initials of the founder’s name (Ingvar Kamprad), the farm where he grew up (Elmtaryd), and his home parish (Agunnaryd, in Småland, South Sweden. The ikea vision is to create a better everyday […]


Bookmarc, is the newly opened Book Store by Marc Jacobs. Located on Manhattan’s Bleecker Street, the store is home to a carefully curated selection of titles and the addition of a number of Marc Jacobs special stationary related products. An interesting move from the american mega brand, we’re not sure of the selection at this […]


Photographer Corinne Day, best known for shooting supermodel Kate Moss at the beginning of her career, has died at the age of 48 after a fight against cancer. “There are few photographers to have got as up-close-and personal to the subjects in the eye of their lens as the sadly departed Corinne Day. Her documentary-style […]