A small satchel handbag by Grzegorz Bien characterised by the design philosophy of an industrial design product rather than a fashion accessory.
New designs inspired by a fusion of the spirit of the time with ghosts of the past.
Montblanc presented the new ‘Collection Princesse Grace de Monaco’ Timepieces and Female Fine Jewellery at the SIHH.
These are the first glove/mitten combination that keeps your hands warm in the coldest conditions which include touch-screen sensitive gloves.
As part of the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie (SIHH), IWC Schaffhausen launched its new Pilot’s Watch collection in Geneva under the motto ‘TOP GUN’
A personal collection of men’s handbags for Spring / Summer 2012 by Clara Camus.
Aguri Sagimori’s wild at heart collection. Animal, anima, animation and music brought together to create this artistic collection.
The theme of the new Arnoldo-Battois spring summer 2012 collection is the trace, memory of colours, shapes, lights and materials.
A sculptural garment-accessory hybrid by Polish experimental fashion and costume designer Katarzyna Jarczykowska.
Inspired by the attire of a nun, HATS evoke an excessive sensuality, worthy of the Playboy Fotoerotica Award.
Street couture accessories for men, influenced by street couture fashion, Indie rock albums and DIY.
A test shoot by LA based photographer Angela Marklew shoot with Los Angeles models Alexandra and Gretchen, using clothing from Mother of London.
The collection is inspired by the ‘weird limbo between childhood and adulthood.’ Innocence and intense sensuality juxtapose in ultra-simple lascivious lines.
Inspired by sci-fi aesthetics, the photography evokes the dark and glamorous modernity of the jewellery.
Colourful and fun modernity expressed in daytime accessories with innocent bondage aesthetics.
This season is distinguished by shirts and coats resembling a pure white canvas. Sketches, the very first stage of design, are added to share with the wearer the clearest form of creation. From this idea the collection was born.
Our cross we still must bear.
The design is adapted from passive energy principles applied in the world-famous Katsura Imperial Villa in Kyoto.