Uniqlo is collaborating on a fashion collection with Thomas Maier, the beach-inspired casual wear collection is created for people to wear with the aim to provide relaxation benefits, while people enjoy their everyday life as well as their time off. The collection includes affordable priced, high quality designed womenswear, menswear and accessories. Adhering to Uniqlo’s LifeWear concept of creating clothes that people will value for a long time.
Patti Smith, Steve McQueen and Marlene Dumas, among others, respond to Oscar Wilde and the jail's architecture and history
Tim Blanks sits down with Nick Knight to talk creativity in a connected world.
A focus on the new exhibition by Ionna Vautrin at Espace Modem, a series of 100 sketches about the theme of eroticism and humour.
Is more than the total expenditure of 85 museums in 37 countries reviewed...
Andrew Bolton. The man who’s breaking records and boundaries at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute.
Comparing the price of similar items, in most of cases, the women’s items was more expensive than the men’s version.
Business of Fashion’s Kate Abnett shows three important technological innovations which could shape the future of fashion.
David Bowie interviews Alexander McQueen, taken from issue 26 of Dazed & Confused, 1996
According to Dezeen 's Reinier de Graaf, the Architecture Academia in the United States is dominated by conservative.
The Underdome Guide interrogates architecture's role in the business, politics, and ideology of energy management.
(Matthew Collings} of The Art Newspaper reflects on the overproduction of contemporary art.
BoF published an exclusive excerpt of that conversation, revealing Simons’s thoughts on the Speed of Fashion...
Landon Peoples gives a voice to Alok Vaid-Menon, a non-binary transfemme performance artist from New York City.
Rachel Arthur analyzes the evolution of the ever-growing fashion & tech relationship.
Imran Amed and Robin Mellery-Pratt meditate on the booming demand for fashion education and the sector’s current challenges.
Alina Simone writes about how that certain je ne sais quoi, which makes an outfit fashionable, can be decrypted by science.
‘What effect has digital technology had on contemporary painting ?’ a video published by Frieze on its website.
Ger Tierney reflects upon the controversial co-relation between the fashion industry and today’s beauty standards.
Robb Young addresses the potential of Africa, both as a source of production and as a consumer market.
Tess Thackara analyzes what art prizes mean for today's awarded artists.
Can the crisis have a positive effect on luxury design? Modem takes a look at Piero Lissoni's analysis for Metropolis Magazine.
John Haltiwanger speaks about the meaning of clothing on politicians and influential industry players.
Hung Tran discusses muses, and their relationship to fashion designers, artists and society.
Mark Farid questions the meaning of virtual realities in a 28-day long art experiment.
Allison P. Davis speaks about the latest controversial fashion trend.
Trend forecaster Li Edelkoort used her annual presentation at the 2015 edition of Design Indaba to fire a broadside at the industry.
Kate Abnett analyses the power of neurosciences applied to luxury consumption.
MODEM chose to highlight this article in order to discuss the role of the artist as a curator.
i-D presents "Fashion At Work", a video produced in collaboration with BoF.
To sum up 2014, Business of Fashion discusses various industry trends.
What is the purpose of an art gallery in 2014? Hou Hanru, MAXXI’s Artistic Director, answers this question.
In her article for Sleek magazine, Josie Thaddeus-Jones speaks of the One Step Ahead, Moving Backwards exhibition at LEAP, Berlin, and analyzes how social life and the Internet accelerate and influence art production.
Luca Solca discusses the challenges that the luxury industry currently has to face.