The year was 1999; a turning point in pop culture for many reasons. It was the bolded year where society as a whole said goodbye to the millennium: the age of the internet was upon us, and so began the much-maligned, and now glorified kitsch of Y2K.
Trashing Clothing, an LGBT Ready-to-Wear Palestinian fashion brand was founded with a unique fusion of political satire, provocativeness, kitsch culture, and wit.
Japanese designer Yohji Yamamoto has unveiled his first “collaboration platform” concept project that will feature a store opening. The “Wildside Yohji Yamamoto” project emphasizes the brand’s distinctive aesthetics on a digital platform that showcases exclusive partnerships in fashion, design, and the arts with companies like Dr.
In September 2020, the plumb christened their newly renovated gallery space in Toronto’s St. Clair West neighbourhood with exhibition Pits, Seeds.
In 1941 the prominent American architect Wallace Neff was shaving his face. Standing at the bathroom sink in one of the grand Spanish Colonial homes for which had garnered him immense popularity and created his name as an architect Ness’ eye was drawn to a bubble of soap.
Re-conceptualizing how public space is perceived today in tandem with how they are envisioned has to do not only with the future of a city but also with its past.