Flanelle’s Top 5 Halloween Make-Up Ideas

The top Halloween makeup ideas for 2016 You know it, and we know it. Each year is the same, you end up the day before Halloween wondering what costume you should be wearing this year. We are giving you our top 5 ideas for a fast and cool Halloween Make-Up...

Diversifying Art Sharing

DIVERSIFYING ART SHARING: Instagram curators and the future of exhibition-making in the wake of Frieze London Text by Hannah Nussbaum Featuring a heavily stylized and plasticized body of contemporary art, with an emphasis on visceral textures, impossible...

50 Shades of Blue

50 Shades of Blue by Veronica Iannuzzi 50 Shades of Blue Veronica Iannuzzi The Musée de la Mode has a new exhibition that explores the colour blue and its influence in fashion for last 100 years. Feeling blue? Take a trip over to the Musée...

Exclusive Interview: Rupert Lamontagne

Exclusive Interview: Rupert Lamontagne By Sierra Mon    There’s something about the soft mood and colouring of Rupert Lamontagne’s photography that is both a subtle and distinct characteristic of his work. He dynamically captures his muses...

Mud Soaps and Wilderness Candles

Carriage 44 Carriage 44 is a family business that was founded in 2010 with a desire to introduce traditional soap making to today’s eco-conscious and aesthetically minded world. Husband and wife Oliver and Hannah used their design backgrounds to develop...

Exclusive interview ; Dragonette

Indie-up to the top Some start the fire, others add to the flame. Dragonette, a cornerstone of the pit, was fueling the blaze even before it began. Active for more than 10 years now the Canadian three-piece band has been incarnating pop while remaining...

REFORMING OR CONFORMING: A GENERATION’S BATTLE

REFORMING OR CONFORMING: A GENERATION’S BATTLE By Camille Internoscia New trend alert – distressed to impress. Buying new clothes is an all-time favorite sport, hobby, activity, topic and time consumer. But how can we describe an item as new when...

When Klimt meets Wottke

Jasmin Wottke (designer) and Patricia Paryz (Photographer) both studied at the University of Applied Sciences in Hamburg, Germany. Wottke wanted to design a collection that combines a big part from herself, her own paintings, and inspired by strong women...