Fashion made of abandoned fishing nets

An original fashion exhibition by the Mediterannean Association to Save Sea Turtles (MEDASSET) has launched in Athens, Greece. Displayed at the Golden Hall shopping mall from 6 June to 6 July, with the support of the Representation of the EC in Greece, the fashion project celebrates the successful first year coordination of the European initiative “Healthy Seas: A Journey from Waste…

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LFW: Project Tea Cosy and the magic world of Millinery

The British Fashion Council, Stephen Jones OBE and Wedgewood celebrated Headonism Spring Summer 2015 and the launch of Project Tea Cosy with a glamorous reception on the first day of London Fashion Week last Friday. Headonism, a Stephen Jones curated initiative and exhibition sponsored by Wedgewood and the British Fashion Council, invited milliners Awon Golding, Emma Yeo, Keely Hunter and…

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BEST OF PARIS FASHION WEEK EXHIBITIONS – Vol. 1

Trend spotting takes time and effort – imagine when you have to view a bunch of 18 different exhibitions all over Paris. That’s a good time to wear your trainers and follow me to my 1st day around Paris Fashion Week Exhibitions for Spring Summer 2014. Allons-y. ********** The talented Harvy Santos was awarded Hat Designer of the Year by…

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THE COLLECTIVE CONUNDRUM – Nicole Polentas

The first solo exhibition of Greek-Australian artist Nicole Polentas in Athens opens this week at Chili Art Gallery under the title The Collective Conundrum. The Collective Conundrum is an exhibition of jewelry – objects that  examines dominant narratives of place and identity. Each object presents itself as an amalgam of similar perspective that merges complex realities. The creation of these…

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Storyville – Photography by Barry Cawston

Whatever leaves a mark tells a story, and like the face of an old prizefighter, the streets of every town bear a myriad of scars, fruit of a million different tales of the city. Places tell their stories through use and decay, and in Storyville, British photographer Barry Cawston has made a project of recording them. [James Freeman Gallery, London,…

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