Fashion & Design (176)
Shape your experience
Levi’s has found a new way of designing jeans with their Curve ID range. The jeans are styled according to women’s shape rather than size. A website shows women how to measure their shape at home or allows them to book a professional custom-fitting in store.
Why it matters
29% of women think fitting into their old jeans is better than sex. Finding jeans that fit is really important to women. Will we one day see other fashion brands follow suit allowing women to navigate fashion ranges according to their shape rather than their size?
Source: Vanity Fair Italia
16. September 2010
Osisu takes discarded plywood, bottle caps and juice cartons and fashions them into contemporary furnishings. The company relies on waste from construction sites, lumberyards, factories and junkyards for materials. Given the constantly changing nature of the raw materials, no more than 20 pieces can be made for each design.
The TV wardrobe, the online shop that will sell the clothes that TV presenters and actors wear will be launched through a street action called Free Posting. For that they will develop a set of posters illustrated with 600 clothes that they’ve got on sale in Fuencarral, La Latina and Malasaña. Each poster, on the top will invite the people to tear out it and take it home. During the 7 days the action lasts all the torn out posters will be replaced.