Fall/Winter ’16 Menswear Collections are now being shown on runways in Paris. For those who love a bit of flair with their food, here are some of our most fashionable found stories from the week.
Pull up a seat…these hair chairs by Viennese designer Dejana Kabiljo examine our relationship with adornment. A barstool from the collection was chosen by Philippe Starck for the the SLS hotel in Beverly Hills.
Thin is In
Prolific Japanese design team Nendo debuted his “Border” collection of ultra-thin tables that transform furniture into simple line drawing.
This is not your average tie-dye project. Tokyo-based Takt debuted a table composed of a plastic composite that you can dye yourself using naturally-derived color baths.
Wasabi in the Water
A favorite amongst the fashion set, what is sushi without a smidge of locally-grown wasabi? A Long Island farm is growing the brassica aquaponically and plans to provide fresh wasabi to New York City within two years.
Wear What You Eat
Pasta is always in season! Accessories al dente from an Amsterdam-based designer who’s having a bit of fun with his food.
A flower bomb on or off the runway, Sydney-based artist’s photo series of fruits and vegetable “vases” is an homage to the beauty of fruit and flower.
A Little Cleavage Goes a Long Way
Moscow-based packaging and brand designers created a playful identity for what could have easily been just another milk chocolate bar. Titses is a cheeky nod to hidden pleasures.
Cheers to That!
Pint glasses are so passé—drink beer from Waterford crystal instead. The Irish crystal manufacturer has debuted four new beer glasses for a more refined pub experience.