The laces have been chosen to resemble the continuity of the "mitus", while in minimalist terms the 9 is written and a message is optimistic: with love and solidarity, with the help one gives to the other, we can fulfill our goal, to reach our destination, to be able to see the Light again.
Three handmade Venetian Glass objects, halfway between lamps and vases, explore the relationships between light and objects of desire.
Yannis Sergakis creates jewellery with gold and diamonds. Ioanna Souflia designs and builds jewellery based on marble.
Since its debut in 1937, the Hermès silk scarf—known in French as the carré, or “square”—has been as persuasive and endearing a symbol of luxury as anything Paris has produced.
Bakery, cafeteria, bistrot, the perfect place for aperitifs: a new French boulangerie opens in the heart of Porta Venezia Milan
The collages of Eisen Bernard Bernardo marry popular culture with classical art. His ‘My Mag + Art’ series is a collection of magazine covers pasted onto some of the world’s most famous paintings by Botticelli, Ingres, Delacroix, Klimt and Picasso.
Working and living in Madrid, Spain, photographer Emilio Jiménez shows through his works the subtle beauty of the female body.
London-based designer Michael Anastassiades created a lighting series titled “Arrangement” for design imprint Flos at this year’s Milan Design Week.
Not only must vision tool but style accessory like no other, as enthroned in the middle of the face, eyeglasses and sunglasses say a lot more than you think of the personality of the wearer.
London-born, LA-based artist Walead Beshty describes himself as a photographer, although his practice is far more extensive than that.