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Africa: Where inspiration is born

But, besides inspiring others, whats going on in Africa in terms of fashion? Why not talking about the source of everything?

The hypersexualized man is back

It is surprising to see how the womenswear scene advances and advocates body diversity and ending sexual objectification, while the menswear universe becomes an ode to the hypersexualised man.

The ecstasy of live streaming in China

As usual in China it came three centuries earlier. The live-streaming bubble has continued to grow since its birth in 2013 to become the largest virtual commerce industry in the Asian state.

Why do shopping malls keep growing if no one actually shops there?

Shopping malls have become small miniature cities based on dynamics with a clear objective: that you spend as much time there as possible.

The return of the Oakley Eye Jacket and the omnipresence of Gabber culture

But why is Gabber style and culture being taken beyond the 1990s? The answer is that this last big subculture of the 20th century fits perfectly back into the 21st century.

The circular economy could radically change our clothing consumption

The circular economy: we tell you what it is and why it could drastically change the industry in a few years.

Police kick Banksy out of Venice Biennale

En un mensaje de instagram ayer 22 de mayo de 2019, Banksy se preguntaba por qué nunca se le ha pedido que participe en la bienal de arte de Venecia….

Bootleg isn’t a scam: it’s an art

Designs that pretend to be a forgery – bootleg – have been a trend for several years, surviving polemics and developing a magnificent exchange of codes between different…

Camp, beyond the trend

After reading many explanations about what the Camp is, and after the Met gala, it is time to go deeper into the concept.

Customize: much more than embroider your name

It seems that more and more brands are adding to the trend of customization of their clothes.

Kim Jones presents the Dior Pre-Fall 2019 campaign

Time passes quickly. It seems like yesterday when we shouted with excitement after hearing the news that Kim Jones was taking over the heels of men’s fashion in Dior.

Lacoste Wildcard transcends fashion and connects with the world of urban music

Lacoste transcends fashion and connects with the world of urban music accompanied by some of the most important producers of the emerging scene: Steve Lean, Royce Rolo, Halley and Selecta.


Yoon Ahn | What’s behind one of the most requested creatives

Designer Yoon Ahn, probably better known as Yoon AMBUSH, has become the fashion crush of the moment.

Louis Vuitton sacrifices the essence of its Fall19 > Michael Jackson

Louis Vuitton and Virgil Abloh have decided to eliminate the pieces that allude to Michael Jackson in his Fall19 collection.

MADE IN UKRAINE | We analyze the Ukrainian fashion industry after the revolution in Kiev

“Made in Ukraine” – a phrase that was avoided at all costs by Ukrainian brands and has now become a selling claim.

C TANGANA | The construction of an IDOL

From how a neighborhood kid has turned underground into mainstream, and himself into a fashion icon. We analyze the figure of Antón from Crema to the last update of C. Tangana.

Tennis connects with streetwear

The infinite connection between sports culture and the z generation in the streetwear scene begins a 2019 in which tennis becomes the new inspirational reference.

POGGYTHEMAN, the new reference in men’s fashion

With his mix of street culture and traditional tailoring, Poggy has revolutionized the unwritten rules of men’s fashion and has already become a legend in the industry.

Saks Potts and the key of success

Creating space for new fashion entrepreneurs is a very positive thing, but… Will Saks Potts survive its own virality? 

Renew or die

The world of fashion is a business that must be renewed so as not to fall behind, it needs a constant advance, updating and adaptation to new technologies.

Reviving the bad taste: Y2K is back

We have already brought back the 80s and 90s, now it is time to relive the principles of the 2000s, the era of bad taste. The Y2K aesthetic has arrived and not just our wardrobe.