Multi-award winning alchemist Lauren Bowker has developed a form of wind reactive ink that changes colour upon contact with the air.
In order to provide a boot that combines the comfort and responsiveness of playing barefoot with the protection of a traditional soccer cleats, Adidas has introduced the ‘Samba Primeknit’, the world’s first knitted football boot.
Louis Vuitton, the pioneer of the art of travel, has created a tailor-made set of luggage for the most progressive sports car – the BMW i8 plug-in hybrid.
French designer Mathieu Lehanneur created an aluminium version of his Take Time! watch for Lexon
These bracelets designed by Giorgio Bonaguro, fit perfectly into the personal research of the designer about his own aesthetic language trough the italian tradition and craftsmanship.
Tokyo-based advertising agency Wieden+Kennedy worked alongside with online retail start up Oh My Glasses to bring to life a new concept in eyewear.
As part of Adidas’collaboration with Tom Dixon, shown at MOST on the occasion of the Milan Design Week 2013, the three stripes label presents the “Minimalist Traveler” footwear collection. The Adidas sneaker collection by Tom Dixon uniquely reflects both Adidas’ forward-thinking technologies and Dixon’s inventive style.
Nike has unveiled the much-anticipated KOBE 9 Elite shoe at an event held at The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in Los Angeles. The KOBE 9 Elite redefines the aesthetics and performance of a basketball shoe and was designed using Nike Flyknit according to Nike’s “Nature Amplified” design ethos, an approach focused on designing for the body in motion and fueled by scientific data and athlete insights.
Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama, known all over the world for her polka-dotted patterns – of which we have recently spoken to her exhibition at the David Zwirner gallery in New York – was invited by W Magazine for the creative direction of its latest issue.
Inspired by everyday electronic devices and the speed with which they are discarded nowadays, this collection designed by Chilean architect Marcele Godoy rescues electronic waste, transforming it into an ornament that can be used with a new meaning.
Reflecting the rise in nomadism and digital, at a time when the way we view the office is changing radically, La Fonction no. 1 allows you to carry and protect your laptop, as well as offering much more besides.