3Sixteen Tour of Kuroki Mills

Japan is home to many active denim mills that produce the finest fabrics that you find on todays premium jeans. One of such is the renowned Kuroki, which New York's 3sixteen recently had the honour of taking a tour of and exclusively documenting along the way. By now many dedicated denim readers will be familiar or would have at some point ...
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Fashion With A Kick

It seems like the fashion meets fitness movement is just a normal part of life these days, and just when you thought it was fully here, it got a serious kick in the pants–Net-a-Sporter launched Wednesday. Having been rumored for quite sometime, the online retail giant Net-a-Porter launched its own separate branch of the site covering sport specifically. Focusing on a wide variety of ...
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Best of Roskilde, Pt.3

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Anymade Studio – Graphic Design Portfolio

The Stylesight Graphics Team recently stumbled across the work of Anymade Studio and were inspired by their eclectic portfolio, mixing early digital design with a futuristic aesthetic. Founded in 2007 by Petr Cabalka, Filip Nerad and Jan Šrámek, the Czech Republic studio has evolved into a multifunctional platform, working on a range of projects from illustrations, to photo shoots and graphic design.
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AMSTERDAM: Volkshotel

Previously the headquarters of newspaper De Volkskrant, the new Volkshotel is based in East Amsterdam near the lively De Pijp district, taking over what was a dilapidated looking building.
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Best of Roskilde, Pt.2

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SINGAPORE: No Country: Contemporary Art for South and Southeast Asia Exhibition

Currently the Centre for Contemporary Art (CCA) in Singapore is hosting an exploratory art exhibition entitled No Country: Contemporary Art for South and Southeast Asia.
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LOS ANGELES: A.P.C.

The recently opened West Coast flagship for France's A.P.C. along the changing face of Melrose Place is a testament to the brand's effortlessly cool and pared-down style.
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GRAPHIC SEVENTIES Paris: After a recent trip to Los Angeles, creative director Olivier Rousteing was enamored by the carefree lifestyle of its citizens. As a result, a strong '70s influence pervaded his latest Cruise collection for Balmain. Graphic Navajo-inspired patterns and vibrant color juxtaposed with stark black-and-white made a bold statement.  – Deirdre Pérez Key Items: Boxy tailored jackets / Updated ponchos / High-waisted flared pants ...
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EVENTS | Kleine Fabriek

  Held in Amsterdam from July 6-7, Kleine Fabriek featured a brand new layout, dividing the show into smaller sections. Citrus shades continue to trend as pinks range from fluorescent to watermelon hues. Flamingos, watermelon and country western cacti pop up on items, emerging as the new gender-neutral graphics. Summer layers are key as designers embrace lightweight baseball blousons in spring prints. Brands showcased bold ...
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Best of Roskilde, Pt.1

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EVENTS | Playtime Paris

Gathering momentum as the premiere kids' trade show, Playtime Paris played host to new exhibitors from July 5-7. Stella McCartney, Caramel Baby & Child, No Sugar Added, and Beau Loves were among the newcomers. As the exhibition list grows, the trends took a decidedly vibrant turn, moving away from Parisian minimalism and embracing bold, quirky designs. Warm citrus hues remain key while pops ...
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Print & Pattern Highlights – Paris Men’s Fashion Week

Stylesight takes a look at the S/S 15 edition of Men's Paris Fashion week, highlighting print and graphic collections from the likes of Valentino, Issey Miyake and Raf Simons.   
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