Hello my name is Paul Smith
Talking about Paul Smith is more entering in another world made of imagination. After many years of expression in fashion industry, totally inside the system but with a different point […]
Talking about Paul Smith is more entering in another world made of imagination.
After many years of expression in fashion industry, totally inside the system but with a different point of view, now we can appreciate his work better and in different channels.
I ‘ve just downloaded the iTunes Hello, My Name is Paul Smith app
Very well done and interesting in understanding what is in the mind of the designer, the references, the reasons of his activity.
A must for creative people, curious and of course lovers.
Also, recently in London there’s a homonym exhibition Hello, My Name is Paul Smith at the design museum, celebrating his career from Nottingham to
the International success through a backstage eye.
Until 09 March 2014 at Design Museum
Remarkably beautiful, the London store in Albemarle Street in London, opened in 2013 and selling both male, female and special items.
The building exterior features a bespoke, cast iron panelled façade and balustrade set against distinctive black painted walls.
The façade, designed in conjunction with 6A architects, discreetly incorporates Paul’s hand drawings, combining the entrenched architectural traditions of the local vicinity with the modernity of the Paul Smith aesthetic.
Paul Smith interior detail: The domino room, where the walls are covered from floor-to-ceiling with a total of 26,000 dominoes.
Personaggi unici che interpretano l’ultima collezione in modo divertente e dinamico
Mentre impazza la moda intorno ai loghi, DIESEL lancia una campagna audace destinata a far parlare di sé. Anzi, non una campagna, ma un vero e proprio brand: DEISEL.
Grazie non solo alla suo effetto sorpresa, ma alla carica emozionale che porta con sé
L’occhiale per quest’estate? Il brand milanese RETROSUPERFUTURE continua a sfornare nuovi design, come LIMONE, ispirato agli anni ’70 italiani.
I colori del regno degli esploratori ispirano la nuova collezione Khumbu