3D printing will in future be a part of everyday life and we could potential be using it to create anything we need. Electroloom are taking real steps towards this future vision as it was designed to create 3D fabrics in the same way you can now print everyday objects without the need for sewing. Continue reading
My first year of University is over and after looking into the world of chocolate for one of my projects it was the first thing I reached for.
When researching the chocolate industry I was shocked to discover that in just 20 years time chocolate may become something that only the social elite can afford. With that scary thought in mind I planned to sample as much of it as possible before I can no longer afford the luxury.
In 20 years chocolate will become so rare and so expensive that the average Joe just won’t be able to afford it
– John Mason, founder of the Ghana-based Nature Conservation Research Council
So here are my top 3 chocolate moments in New York so far; Continue reading
I always wonder why birds choose to stay in the same place when they can fly anywhere on the earth, then I ask myself the same question.
― Harun Yahya
When reading this quote I thought to myself how lucky I have been to travel the world yet understand the comfort of finding a place called home. After recently moving to New York I find myself with less inclination to get on a plane and travel as everyday here seems to offer something new and exciting for all of my senses. Knowing myself well I realise that this feeling won’t last long but for the time I love being that flightless bird.
Last night I attended the American Ballet Theatre, who opened their season at the Lincoln Centre. Celebrating their 75th anniversary dancers and choreographers from around the world came together to show the incredible range that ballet theatre had to offer. There was romance, drama, comedy and horror from Michel Fokine, George Balanchine, Agnes de Mille, Antony Tudor and Jerome Robbins. Continue reading
Iconic American fashion powerhouse, Ralph Lauren gave an inspiring talk at Parsons as part of the ‘At Parsons Table’ talks with by Paul Goldberger and I was lucky enough to see him speak.
Ralph Lauren is a huge name in fashion design and seems fashion line embody the wholesome American image which many aspire to worldwide. When he walked on stage at the auditorium he was wearing a brown suede fringed jacket, worn jeans, walking boots, a white polo shirt and a heavy metal belt. He exuded the exact style that thousands try to emulate in wearing his clothes.
Stay in the and believe in yourself
– Ralph Lauren speaking at Parsons
The future of shoe shopping looks set to change. The lines between technology and fashion continue to blur and the latest technology could be set to transform the world of shoes. Imagine a future where you enter a shoe shop and the retailer already knows your exact size. No more trying on dozens of shoes to find the right pair, sounds good to me! Continue reading
The good weather has finally melted away the harsh winter in New York and with it comes the inevitable day trips. For my first summer in New York I decided, like hundreds of tourists do everyday, to walked across the Brooklyn bridge from Manhattan and finally got to glimpse what life is like on the other side of the Hudson. Continue reading