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Miuccia Prada, 21st century visionary and anti-fashionista

Miuccia Prada, 21st century visionary and anti-fashionista

Miuccia Prada worth 12.4 Billion $ according to Forbes Magazine. She is also the 3rd most rich person in Italy. But what describes Miuccia Prada is her attitude to see beyond the boundaries of luxury. Flashback on the carrier of one of the most influential woman in fashion today.   Miuccia becomes Prada   Prada, the origins When the Prada brothers, Mario and Martino, founded Prada in 1913 in Milan, no one could guess that 100 years later, Prada would…

Prada, 2012 Fall/Winter Menswear show

Prada, 2012 Fall/Winter Menswear show

Prada presented an amazing fashion show for the 2012 fall/winter collection in Milano.

Victorinox Tomo – the unboxing by LuxuryActivist

Victorinox Tomo – the unboxing by LuxuryActivist

Hi, this month the Makers of the Swiss Army knife, Victorinox, is launching a new product called Victorinox Tomo. It is the result of a beautiful collaboration between the Swiss brand and the Japanese design studio Abitax. We can really say that Swiss Precision meets Japanese Design for a cutting edge product. I have already made an article about it a few month ago, before the launch. You can find it here. There is more information about Mr Yamaguchi work…

Victorinox Tomo, when Swiss ingenuity meets Tokyo style

Victorinox Tomo, when Swiss ingenuity meets Tokyo style

Victorinox is launching in May this year one interesting 2011 “must-have” products. It is called the TOMO knife. This creation is the result of an amazing alliance of Swiss Ingenuity and Japanese “cutting edge” style. The japanese house Abitak, based in Tokyo got inspired by the functional design of Victorinox knifes. Behind this project, we have Mr. Yamaguti Kazuma.

Dolce & Gabbana revamps Milano Shop

Dolce & Gabbana revamps Milano Shop

Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana have revamped their men’s boutique here — and it’s all male. “The store now has a younger, more contemporary vibe,” said Dolce during a walkthrough of the store on Corso Venezia. “Products are more accessible, you can see and touch them more easily.” Source WWD