John Blaine’s take on distinguishing generations, featuring Jasmine, questions how different generations dress in ways that are quite rebellious in contrast to their previous generations, but resemble that of two generations earlier.
A triangular art installation by Bottega Veneta has popped up at a car park in Seoul, South Korea. The Maze, as it is called, has Bottega’s signature green-tone and although it displays no products inside it is flooded with the label’s visual codes.
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