Comfort on the Go by Chrissie Coerman

This project is an exploration of the interfaces between fashion and interior design and ways to make static objects wearable. An intimate piece of home, not constrained to a location but an extension of yourself. A bag that contains a double function: besides their purpose as a bag they also provide a relaxation object for on…

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Brisa: a fashion brand focused on slow tailoring

“Slow fashion sees the consumer and their habits as an important part of the chain. Contrary to what one might think, slow fashion is not a concept based on time, but on quality, which in the end evidently has something to do with the time devoted to the product.” Slow Fashion Design Brisa:  We’re a…

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ISTO.pt: a bullshit-free brand tired of clothing seasonality

“We do not enjoy the growing disparity between quality and price. We’re tired of how seasonality drives irrational purchase behavior and promotion cycles. We hate the avalanche of digital marketing. And we hate all the frustration that comes along with it.” Our concept can be briefly explained by his name: ISTO. is an acronym for Independent (we are 3 guys with no connection to any brand or investor), Superb (we only work with the best garments), Transparent (our business model relies…

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Atomy Store Bags: minimalism and timelessness

Our brand stands for ethical practices and sustainable production. The brand’s philosophy is based on the concept of Lean Manufacturing or the method of effective production management. We wanted to focus on a management model that relies on resource efficiency and guarantees high quality. We do not generate waste. All products have been designed in…

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City Goats: modern kidswear for slow living

When my first child, Muk, was born, I searched for clothes that show love and respect for Mother Nature in the highest regards at the same time modern, functional and unboring. Because I couldn’t find what I was looking for, I created City Goats to make understated clothing crafted with natural dyes and organic cotton, something…

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Bomfim: lightness and minimalism by Bruna Bortolotti

Created in 2015 by Bruna Bortolotti, Bortolotti is a jewelry label that has in the manufacture and design process, the author’s premise for its creations. With small-scale production, all the pieces are handcrafted by the young goldsmith artist of 23 years, in the workshop in Fortaleza, HQ of Bortolotti. Her process of creating is totally…

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BOB the Bench and the Memphis philosophy by Kevin Hviid

The bench was created as a showpiece, selected to be presented at RE F O R M 2016 Design Biennale (www.re-form.dk/), a biannual exhibition space, with strives to assemble the strongest field within modern Danish design, challenge what exists and the traditional way of thinking. I strived to design something playful, not too serious, a furniture…

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Cosmo: between transparency and opacity by Studio Kai Linke

In the beginning, I started with the material itself – mirror foil – and I tried to design a light globe out of it without any internal framework. During the design process, I started to operate with facets to create a light globe. With the time, the material and technic came closer together and the…

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