From fluoro to Flashdance, kids' fashion is drawing inspiration from 80s tropes like roller disco, glam rock and all things shiny this season. Get into the groove with looks from brands like Finger in the nose, Hundred Pieces, Impala Rollerskates and more.
Ode to Individuality
The last few years have been marked by the arrival of a new creative impetus and by new aesthetic standards. In fashion, beauty and design, individuality, nonconformity and singularity have taken the place of the perfect, the uniform and the ‘normal’. Breaking away from the status quo, finding beauty in what’s different and accepting the rough edges has become the name of the game. Not only has this new way of thinking seen the rise of marketing campaigns that are more inclusive than ever before, but the trend has also crept into the design world, where creatives are embracing the unusual and the peculiar, as can be seen in Smallable’s eclectic and Green selections of products. We take a close up look at the trend that’s turning the tables on uniformity.
A warm light is rising over the world of fashion and interior design, bathing our wardrobes and décor in uplifting shades of yellow. From crisp lemon, to pale butter, marigold and mustard, designers are dipping into the whole sunny spectrum in order to inject a well-needed dose of vitamin D into our homes and outfits. Discover our sunlit selection of apparel, accessories and homewares from Broste Copenhagen, HAY, Louise Misha, Numero 74 and more.