Natalie Thakur : Not just carrier bags
Natalie Thakur, emerging new London based leather designer, gained major press featuring in The World of Interiors, Blueprint, Instyle as well as The Independent voting her grocery bag the number […]
Natalie Thakur, emerging new London based leather designer, gained major press featuring in The World of Interiors, Blueprint, Instyle as well as The Independent voting her grocery bag the number 1 best gift in their top 50 designs.
Her first and main signature collection, ‘The Reusable Range’ is based on the notion of disposability. Recreating these designs in leather not only brought longevity to the designs by turning something cheap into something with perceived value, but also exposes the simplicity of the pieces as art objects.
The range is now stocked in the UK and internationally in Japan, Paris, San Francisco and most recently an exclusive collection for the large department store Takishimaya in New York, Fifth Avenue. Items from the collection were also purchased by the Uk’s only Leather Museum in Walsall to be on permanent display.
Levi’s rilancia il logo storico delle Olimpiadi di Los Angeles 1984 con una nuova collezione spring/summer per l’uomo e la donna.
Novità e collaborazioni presentate al Pitti Uomo 18.
Appuntamento al prossimo inverno per borse e zaini del famoso brand di taccuini
La serie fotografica di Joseph Ford gioca sull’effetto camaleontico dato dalle realizzazioni a maglia di Nina Dodd.
In scena le incursioni artistiche di Piero e Barnaba Fornasetti tra i cortili e le sale del Museo di Palazzo Altemps