Enter the digital-loving mind of Carri Munden.
Techno. Primal. Futuristic. Avant-garde… There are a million and one words that surface in connection with Cassette Playa’s signature aesthetic, but the most relevant one would probably be ‘cult’, in relation both to the subversive vibe of the clothes and the legions of loyal followers they’ve engendered around the world (URL and IRL). Appealing to lovers of digital culture and statement style alike, the CP brand continues to surprise season after season. Read the rest of this entry
Emerging Berlin-based designer Martin Niklas Wieser creates pure, contemporary designs with a focused minimal finish. Though he’s only been showing collections for a few seasons, he’s already gaining serious hype – including a feature spot with Primitive London. Here, Martin gives us his thoughts on non-identity apparel, as well as an exclusive glimpse into his studio. Read the rest of this entry
Viral Style: Vintage Computer Graphic-Inspired Sportswear And Spray-on Clothing
A weekly roundup of what’s happening at the intersection of tech and fashion. Read the rest of this entry
Playing off their differences to create pieces harmonious in purity, texture and concept, London-based design duo Fyodor Podgorny and Golan Frydman have gone from strength to strength since their A/W12 debut, having won the 2011 Fashion Fringe prize and gained experience with names like Raf Simons and Issey Miyake. Here, they discuss ’90s motifs, surrealist accessories and Alanis Morissette. Read the rest of this entry
Creating pieces dripping in acid-bright colours, hardware spikes and retina-burning prints, Maria Escote’s creations look nothing short of dangerous. Even if you’re not 100% clued-up on Spanish designers, this is one you should definitely take note of. We caught up with the Spanish designer to talk crack, Cannibal Boys and what’s coming up for Spring/Summer 2014 – and also got a few rare sketches from her latest collection, ‘Poison’. Read the rest of this entry
Run by Vince Barile and Dana Hurwitz, NY-based label Bond Hardware make conceptual accessories with unique hardware detailing that’s both stylish and eco-friendly. Here, we chat to the pair about industrial design, postmodern luxe and evolving the brand – and they even give us an exclusive glimpse into the Bond Hardware world via Instagram. Read the rest of this entry