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How Nigel Cabourn Integrates Military Inspiration into His Latest 2017 Fall/Winter Collection

For four months of every year, revered fashion designer Nigel Cabourn travels around the world, sourcing new vintage garments to add to his already enormous collection. As the owner of more than 4,000 archive and military pieces, Cabourn is known for his affinity with military-inspired outerwear and functional vintage reintroductions. Alw…

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Architecture Firm OfficeProject Turned a Beijing Factory into a Stunning Home and Creative Sanctuary

If you’re a creative, combining your work and living space can be quite tricky — having the keen eye for design means you’ll most likely be extra specific about which areas of the home are meant for work or play. Xu Hongquan is this type of person. He’s a painter, a writer, and a calligrapher. So to make his dream come true, he had an old factory building in Bei…

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Nike Transformed the Benassi Slide Into a Slip-On Sneaker

Nike’s Benassi Slide isn’t new to makeovers. Back in February, the kicks got a major leather-clad overhaul thanks to NikeLab and now the design is being transformed yet again — this time into a comfy slip-on sneaker. Aptly dubbed the Benassi SLP, the design retains the sole unit of the aforementioned NikeLab drop and even comes with the slide’s usual midfoot st…

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A Glimpse Into Why Chitose Abe Keeps on Winning

Chitose Abe needs no introduction, her record speaks for itself: pattern cutter at COMME des GARÇONS, Junya Watanbe design team member and Nike collaborator. In an interview with Tiffany Godoy for SSENSE, the entrepreneurial designer speaks on where she draws her inspiration, some important moments in her life, her dreams, the founding of her brand sacai, and what the future…

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Hajime Sorayama Transforms His “Sexy Robots” Into Hollywood Stars for His Latest Exhibition

Fresh off the unveiling of his upcoming collaboration with XLARGE, iconic Japanese artist Hajime Sorayama is headed stateside to open a brand new exhibition in New York City. Simply dubbed “Sorayama,” the self-titled display will once again be highlighted by the 69-year-old’s signature “Sexy Robots,” in this case transforming Hollywood stars as “Kate Moss becomes a bio…

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Designer Jongha Choi Creates Furniture That Collapses Into Two-Dimensional Art

Those that live in a small apartment are quite familiar with beds, tables, stoves and other tailor-made furniture made to collapse and disappear. However, rarely do these pieces ever make a statement when they are tucked away. Korean designer Jongha Choi has taken the concept of collapsable furniture in a new direction designing a line of furniture, that wh…

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