Wear mushroom-made clothing and be moisturized with an algae jacket? The third edition of Global Change Award has just announced the results of their latest accelerators and the breakdown of their 1 million euro to the final five innovations, which all strives to contribute to a more sustainable future by transforming the fashion industry. Selected … Continued

What some sees as “cult”, we see as honesty. Alice Waese has been known for her experimental surrealism designs ever since she has first started. This season, she continues to create limited editions of completely unique jewellery. For 2018, she has hand sculpted rings and bracelets cast in gold and silver. We find ourselves particularly … Continued

Several years ago, all of our press releases came from galleries based in Hong Kong. At times, we didn’t receive enough content so we approached galleries in Europe for their insight on trends and information on upcoming art shows. Now, we find ourselves receiving more and more information about art happening in greater China. Like … Continued

No longer looking for extravagant designs, yet still yearning for details hidden within a haystack. Timeless, versatile, yet bold in its approach – Ports 1961 welcomes their Bee Sneakers in “white perforated leather, polka dots, bright red, and green polyester”, which is further adorned with “two bands of fabric/leather knotted together, creating an oversized, ad … Continued

Artworks in order: Tobias Klein- 不自然解剖學// Samuel Adam SWOPE- 撻 撻 撻 撻 撻 // 王郁洋- 線// 黄可- 擊鼓傳花// 伍韶勁- 銀河鐵路//  鄭波- 蕨戀//葉旭耀- Clouds Fall//張瀚謙- 碳境   Just as I have mentioned before – “whether you like it or not, it’s all about Asia now.” The amount of growth we see in the new media art scene … Continued

Featured chairs in order: FÅTÖLJER, 4 pcs, plastic, “Skopan“, Ole Gjerløv-Knudsen and Torben Lind, Denmark, designed for IKEA 1974// Tellus chairs, later half of the 20th century// “Åke” Armchair, Agunnaryd for IKEA, 1950s// ”Oti” Niels Gammelgaard for Ikea// Tord Björklund., pair of “Skye”, 20th century// “Impala” Armchairs, Gillis Lundgren for IKEA, 1972// “Amiral” Armchair, designed by Karin Mobring, IKEA, 1970s … Continued