We’re right at the beginning of the festive season, a time for decadence and overindulging. But sooner or later many of us will be looking to shift those few festive pounds, get fit and kick off the New Year with good intentions.
Cannabis has become chic, fashionable and healthy. It’s imagery has undergone a rapid and astonishing shift. A peek at how weed has gone mainstream
In which we look at how, in the last few years, styles, themes and actors have changed in grass-roots movements and militancy…
Not only the luxury and fashion system have rediscovered the logo to be inserted in a cubic character, but today they play on it modifying and transforming it. And the social networks thank you.
First it was the vinyl, now the cassettes are fashionable again: it’s the unmistakable fascination of mixing retro, uniqueness and need for the tangible in the music.
Today everyone is talking about coffee. But what has changed in the last thirty years in the perception of cafes and consumption outside the home? Quite a lot, in fact
Will #fitspo get you down, instead of down at the gym? It might be, or it might distract you with sexy pics. There is more going on than premium trining plans and energy drinks…
Zines are back, first their aesthetics of course, but also the approach to niche themes. Milleniars and GenXrs for different reasons find a special appeal in these way of communication. Something good for the publishing industry, at last!
From Malaysia to rural America to contemporary catwalks, Gingham is a pattern laden with nostalgia that keeps covering our bodies and decorating our homes. Why is it so?
Is fugly the new normal? It seems that dressing like a Disneyworld going 1995 dad is what we love to hate but share (online) and like. Shameless authenticity if highly appreciated, fashion brands have been building on it. We saw it was going to happen 5 years ago.
In the end, it’s a fugly business.