The Romanian climber has always loved the mountains and the Kayland products that “know how to be innovative, but always safe”.
Precious details and materials are the common thread of Benedetta Boroli’s creations.
Fabi take a journey through time from the Swinging London of the Sixties to the disco music of the Eighties through the punk rock of the Seventies
The oXs AW 2018/19 collection was born of a mixture of the Rotterdam suburbs style of the 90s and sportswear
Class and good taste without frills, and without sacrificing creativity and imagination. These are the key words of the designer from Bologna who plans to open new stores in Italy and abroad.
A sneak preview of the new fall-winter 2018-19 collection proposed by the well-known Spanish brand
The new spring/summer 2018 collection by the well-known Canadian brand features many original details. The goal is to amaze and fascinate without ever sacrificing femininity, these are the key ingredients of the collection, together with sports-inspired details
Founded in 1938, at the foot of the Asolo hills and still run by the Parisotto family, SCARPA® has never stopped developing, designing and producing in Italy, maintaining the values of quality, innovation and reliability that has always distinguished the company.
Ever since her eco-friendly label was launched, it has been increasingly successful. The basic and minimal design bring to mind the Japanese aesthetics the designer is quite familiar with and every detail is important, starting from each of the materials used.
The start-up, specialised in sports footwear with low environmental impact, is enjoying great success in Italy as well as abroad, with hand-crafted products and the search for raw materials that respect the environment and people’s wellbeing.
With this 100% PVC-free model, a material known for its toxicity during the production, use and disposal phases, the Californian brand revolutionises the market of rubber flip-flops.
A new sustainable sneaker project by the New Zealand brand
With their minimalist shapes, their simple look and delicate details, the French flats of Via Gioia Paris limit the use of animal resources to the minimum.