Modern textile production goes back to the years of the First industrial revolution. In just a few decades, in the late 18th and first half of the 19th century, the manufacturing system has been replaced by industrial processes. There are huge machines, which are processing quantities of raw material which were not possible by then. Only decades later the conveyor lines and mass production were implemented. But what is the situation today?
Porsche Design and Dezer Development Announce Grand Opening of first-of-its-kind Porsche Design Tower Miami
The Porsche Design Tower Miami, one of the world’s most highly-anticipated luxury high rise developments, has come to life, creating an unmistakable architectural and engineering masterpiece. Gil Dezer, president of Dezer Development, and Jan Becker, CEO of Porsche Design Group will commemorate the Grand Opening of the first-of-its-kind Porsche Design Tower with an exclusive event held on Saturday, March 18 in Sunny Isles Beach, Florida.
In 1966, after 9 years at Turnbull & Asser and a short period as John Steven's assistant, Michael Fish opened his own store called 'Mr. Fish'. The exclusiveness of the store is determined by the high prices - usually about £35 for a jacket, £100 - for a suit, and £8-20 - for a shirt - defined by the generously used expensive fabrics.
At Reformation, fashion and sustainability coexist. Created in 2009 by Yael Aflalo, the company designs and manufactures limited-edition collections in their own factory. Located in downtown Los Angeles, they manufacture most of their products in their own sustainable sewing factory.
Brand's designers, Luella Bartley and Katie Hillier, offered a range of clothes with main theme 'Revolution'. The elements that were common for all looks were the berets, spiky boots, 'cris' utility belts and neckerchiefs.
The young modern gentlemen love shopping online. And many of the biggest menswear brand enable their customers to order label's newest designs online right after watching the live-streaming of the fashion show.
Last week, Google Inc. launched boutiques.com, its latest e-tail venture that ties in two western cultural passions – celebrity and fashion.
Essentially a huge web mall full of individual stores, but with the benefits of search engine technology attached, it allows people to look for clothes by genre, silhouette, pattern, shape and size. Consumers will, say the creators, be able to run their own personalised boutiques by drawing up lists of their preferences, following celebrities and designers, and by teaming up with "taste-makers".