There are hundreds of fragrances out on the market that bear familiar names like “Dior,” “Calvin Klein,” “Dolce&Gabbana” Continue Reading
Second Nature, a design exhibition curated by Tokujin Yoshioka, is about to open at 21_21 DESIGN SIGHT in Roppongi, Tokyo. Continue Reading
These chairs share three things in common. Continue Reading
The Vitra Design Museum at Weil am Rhein in Germany celebrates the 100th anniversary of Nelson’s birth with a retrospective of his work. Jochen Eisenbrand, the curator of the exhibition, talks about the designer and the exhibition.
Although most Japanese don’t care about fragrances, last end of July, there was an event to announce the launch of Kenzopower at the former Tomyoji Temple in my hometown Naka Ward, Yokohama. Kenya Hara, one of the most prominent creative minds (and my favorite packaging designer) in Japan, worked on the packaging of this new Kenzo fragrance. Continue Reading
I don’t know how to describe his work, but it’s pretty.
Just pretty is enough these days.
(Same with fragrances, we don’t need anything more.)
The Neil Barrett store in Minami-Aoyama designed by Zaha Hadid opend yesterday. There’s nothing remarkable about it, but it’s pretty, and that’s all that matters. Don’t you agree?