During the first lockdown in Austria, Graz-based fashion designer Bettina Reichl stumbled upon a very special project – in the form of a sheep: Project Weidekleid. Here’s how an acquaintance with an animal was turned into incredibly sophisticated fashion pieces that changed people’s relationships and thoughts during the manufacturing process.

Systematic, nalytical, focused. And mindful of feasibility. That’s how Graz-based product designer Lukas Klingsbichel describes his way of working. Because it’s only when something is really feasible that reality can be changed – and that’s what he’s interested in …

In the realm of haute couture, few names command as much attention and admiration as Nana Kwame Adusei. Renowned for his exquisite craftsmanship, attention to detail, and celebration of African heritage, Adusei has emerged as a trailblazer in the world of fashion, captivating audiences with his bold designs and uncompromising vision. From the runways of Paris to the streets of Accra, his creations transcend borders, bridging the gap between tradition and modernity with effortless grace.

FLUID SHAPES, UNUSUAL MATERIALS AND COMBINATIONS OF MATERIALS, A COLOUR PALETTE THAT RANGES FROM RESTRAINED TO GAUDY – IT’S NOT EASY TO CATEGORISE THE STYLE OF CHRISTINA PETROU, A CYPRIOT ARCHITECT AND DESIGNER. EVEN SHE HERSELF FALTERS AT THE QUESTION. BUT THAT DOESN’T SEEM TO DETRACT FROM HER SUCCESS. WITH HER DESIGN STUDIO CHRISTINE KALIA, SHE CREATES FURNITURE, RENOVATES HOUSES AND RECENTLY FITTED OUT THE CHLOÉ STORES.