Meltin’Pot S/S 2012


The Spring Summer 2012 season not only celebrates a new collection but a continual and exciting life journey for the brand. The journey encompasses all aspects from retail, with the recent opening this year of Meltin’Pot’s first flagship store in Riccione, Italy (denim store) which sets a precedence for others to follow in the not […]

Stone Island Clothing S/S 2012


STONE ISLAND SS’012. The Spring Summer’012 collections of Stone Island, Stone Island Shadow Project and Stone Island Junior. Take a butchers.

Royal Hem Clothing S/S 2012


Royal Hem is a salute to exceptional standards of tailoring. Drawing inspiration from the cultures of both of Savile Row and of Italian elegance, the range is entirely dedicated to detail and finishing. Holding dear this respect for heritage, Royal Hem also embraces the new. For example, using classic, high quality Biella yarns, but treating […]

Stone Island Kick Off


Carlo Rivetti launches the 30th Anniversary of Stone Island

Links of London x London 2012


Links of London Announce Their Appointment as Creators of the Official Jewellery Collection of London 2012 Links of London are excited to announce their appointment as creators of the Official Jewellery Collection of London 2012. The Licence was awarded by the London Organising Committee for the Olympic Games (LOCOG.) The Links of London brand is […]



STONE ISLAND AND 30 YEARS OF HISTORY. FROM 1982 TO PRESENT It is an important year for Stone Island, that through a growth, which has allowed it to double its sales since 2007, is getting ready to face an important 2012: the 30th anniversary celebration of its hard work will see its involvement in both […]

Nike factory pays up


How pro-active should a big name brand be to ensure that their products are not made using unfair labour and abuse? A big question most brands would like swept under the proverbial carpet. A Nike factory has agreed to pay $1m in unpaid overtime to Indonesian workers in a move that could force other suppliers […]

Moschino Cheap & Chic moves to London


Moschino diffusion line Cheap & Chic is to move its catwalk show to London for the autumn/winter 2012 shows. The Moschino, Moschino Cheap and Chic and Love Moschino, creations make their mark by expressing its creativity that makes irony and elegance its strength through the reinterpretation of the classics. The brand was originally created in […]

RMC iPhone 4S Case


Here’s the latest offering from Martin Ksohoh over at RMC. It’s a selection of specially designed cases for the iPhone 4S. Take a butchers: The iPhone 4S is a touchscreen slate smartphone developed by Apple Inc. It is the fifth generation of the iPhone, a device that combines a 3.5 inch (89 mm) touchscreen iPod, […]

Paul Smith Olympic Stamp Collection


Paul Smith has collaborated with the Isle of Man Post Office to design a prestigious collection of seven stamps to celebrate the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. As a lifelong follower of the World Cycling, Paul Smith was honoured to be asked to participate in this project by the Isle of Man Post Office. […]

Levi’s Shop in Amsterdam goes eco-friendly


Amsterdam based design firm Como Park was commissioned by Levi’s to create a new store interior concept. Frame Magazine recently reported on the behind the scenes failures and successes which led the design team to consider reusing materials in the store. ‘While the first concept looked good on paper, we made some prototypes and it […]

Yves Saint Laurent vs Christian Louboutin


Should a brand be able to patent the colour of a shoe sole? Yves Saint Laurent’s legal team filed its response in Christian Louboutin’s red-sole trademark appeal, maintaining its stance. The now-cumbersome case is set to continue through 2012. In April 2011, Louboutin filed a $1 million trademark infringement suit against Yves Saint Laurent, over […]