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KAHLA porcelain a family-owned manufacturer of fine hard-paste porcelain based in the small town Kahla in German Thuringia. Since 1844, the company has been producing contemporary designed items for everyday use. Their porcelain is being sold in over 60 countries and has been awarded with more than 90 international design awards.
With the formation in 1994 by Günther Raithel, the brand has evolved into a pioneer in table culture. Nowadays, KAHLA is one of Europe's most modern porcelain manufacturers creating products that reflect contemporary lifestyle and culture. With its "Porcelain for the Senses", the Raithel family vouches for the highest quality in its field.
LE MILE Magazine presents their new collection >>O - The Better Place<< designed by Barbara Schmidt. The designer has been working for KAHLA since 1991. Taking on a leading role in the reorientation of the company, she has been awarded with more than 40 design awards.
The new series is highly limited to only a few multifunctional pieces. And still, it offers all the essential functions of tableware. Its distinct fold on the upper side of the product offers new opportunities to creativity and was inspired by the technique of origami. The chef now can stage his culinary creations and is able to divide all pieces into two zones: There is space for the food and a surface for holding the dish.
Poster Girl is made up of the creative partnership of designers Francesca Capper and Natasha Somerville who met during their studies at Central Saint Martins. Launched in March 2017, Poster Girl has grown rapidly working with retailers including Selfridges and Opening Ceremony with a unique sense of “nostalgia-meets-the-future”. Capper and Somerville’s personal take on the fashion schedule is based on four collections a year on the same theme as a continually building and developing annual collection.
DROMe presents the evocative new mens Spring/Summer 2018 collection images, shot by 20 year old artist, Gabriele Rosati
Inspired by a set of miniatures found at Belgrade’s ethnographic museum, SADAK’s new collection is a celebration of diversity and sartorial contradictions, blending the appeal of 1990s subcultures with the beauty of formal tailoring and timeless sportswear.
The Berlin-based skateboard store *Civilist* has established itself as a household name in the global skateboarding community. It serves as a culture hub for art, music, and skateboarding. In 2017, Converse and Civilist celebrate the role Berlin has played in driving global street culture with interpretations of the One Star Pro and Chuck Taylor All Star Pro inspired by the city.
Tsolmandakh Munkhuu is a very special woman who defied and defeated the sometimes constricting confines of her native Mongolia to follow her creative urge. Thank goodness she did, and thank goodness she was strong, talented, and determined enough to succeed, because one thing is certain: ever since its 2010 foundation, Tsolmandakh Munkhuu’s fashion brand, Tsolo Munkh, has certainly been enriching the fashion world.
Zigns upcoming fall+winter collection perfectly blends classic and modern elements creating a timeless design with minimalist features that allow an effortless day to night look.
Metal eyelets and elastic sidepanels turn Derbys, Chelseas and Boots into urban allrounder while leather weekender and bumbags perfectly complement the harmoniously composed collection.
A.F. Vandevorst’s SS18 collection finds its artistic roots in motocross. Per tradition, the brand is heavily influenced by their favourite muse - the nomadic woman ready to experience. This season their muse gracefully embraces the off-road and speed of the motocross grounds.
Fall+Winter Issue N°23 stars artist Mustafah Abdulaziz on the cover, photographed by Jaap Bräutigam. Contributions and features on + through Rei Kawakubo (Comme des Garçon), Stephen Shore, Gucci, Irving Penn, Club 57, Tagen Donovan, VIU, Pablo Erroz, Emma Matell, Alessandro Squarzi, Emma Matell and more.
Marzio Cavanna is an Italian architect who was born in Milan.
He is driven by two passions – architecture and pharmacy – two very different yet equally dynamic and deep subjects to dive into. His first love, architecture, requires devotion and patience, as every project is a translation of an owner and his or her character. Marzio’s work is about creating an ambience, the sensation of a house or a room, while respecting the story of his subject matter.
Los Angeles based JUCO represents the collaborative work of photographers Cody Cloud + Julia Galdo and has become known for their bold use of colour, art direction and meticulous attention detail across their entire body of work.