The simplicity of things. A trench coat – classic, but accentuated by contemporary elements. Pure silk lining, large and boxy cut but the belt allows the trench coat to be perfectly fitted to the waist. A garment from The New Frontier collection by KHAITE, a reference to 20th century America. Accentuated with pumps by MANOLO BLAHNIK and ear jewelry by GIVENCHY. Shot on film.
The Offspring Collection by Georg Jensen. A classic collection by the traditional Danish silver manufacturer in collaboration with contemporary designer Jacqueline Rabun.
An Installation by Random International. In collaboration with Studio Wayne McGregor conflating artificial intelligence with the human capacity to empathize.
Middle class houses in the United States by Frank Lloyd Wright. At the time quite affordable, today highly coveted.
The development of the International Style began in Europe in the early 1920s and later spread throughout the world. Yet the term International Style dates back to the architect Philip C. Johnson and the architectural historian Henry-Russell Hitchcock to describe minimalist and functional architecture.
The name was first used in 1932 in their publication THE INTERNATIONAL STYLE: ARCHITECTURE SINCE 1922, published to accompany the iconic MoMA exhibition Modern Architecture: International Exhibition.