Finding the balance between understated and overdone was a task that architect Tommy Pao-Watari didn’t take lightly when he onboarded Little Tai Hang as his latest endeavor. The Ivy League-trained architect realized there was a need for boutique, serviced apartments, which conceptualized luxury, charm and convenience–themes that yet to exist as a standard in Hong Kong–thus, he created it.
The Arrivals is a New York City-based outerwear label, producing minimalist looks at a direct-to-consumer business model. Although, the label’s founders did not hail from traditional designer backgrounds, Creative Director Jeff Johnson brought his attention-to-detail and creative drive, while his business partner, Kal Vepuri, invested in launching a label of sleek and sharp angles. Read more “From Architect to Designer: The Arrivals Founder on his Brand of Minimalist Outerwear”
Inspired by the streets of New York City and the modern women that walk it, sportswear brand Caraa is breaking down the boundaries of function and fashion. Read more “Caraa: The Luxury Gym Bag For The Modern Woman”
Inspired by her Indian roots, Megan Kothari is saving the art of traditional jewelry making from its extinction. Her brand AARYAH, also the Sanskrit word for rare, inspires confidence on the New York streets. Read more “Meet Megan of AARYAH: Tribal Indian Jewelry With A Modern Twist”
Spending your holiday below the equator soaking up the tropical heat? Wherever you’re heading, your favorite bikini will be a notable first on your packing list.
Read more “Find The Perfect Swimsuit”
“Each season, Cocurata collaborates with artists such as Trudy Benson, Bäst and Matt Jones to create limited edition items that consumers can collect.”
Art curates fashion. The fine line between the fashion and art world has been blurred for centuries now with the industries regularly crossing paths.