Issey Miyake is a major figure in international fashion and the first Japanese designer to establish an avant-garde reputation.
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Issey Miyake Monograph by Kazuko Koike
In 1983, Japanese designer Issey Miyake told The New Yorker that he aspired "to forge ahead, to break the mold." With the boundary-defying fashion lines that followed, he not only broke molds, but recast clothing altogether.
Behind Collections: Graphic Design and Promotion for Fashion Brands.
The fashion industry has always been a co-existing world for influential figures and fresh young talent, where these two sides relentlessly run into each other with their vision and talent.
Distortion: A Futuristic Bag by Bao Bao Issey Miyake and N&R Foldings
Bao Bao Issey Miyake and N&R Foldings have created Distortion, a futuristic bag that is constructed using a new method of sequence pieces transformed into a three-dimensional structure.
IN-EI Issey Miyake Lighting Collection
IN-EI, Japanese for "shadow, shadiness, nuance," is a new lighting collection created by Issey Miyake and his research and development team "Reality Lab."
Issey Miyake's 132 5
The fabric lies as flat as a pancake on the table, its neat square folds reflected in the pretty geometric pattern on its surface.
The Wind: Issey Miyake + Dyson
Research by the ISSEY MIYAKE team into wind in all its forms was the inspiration for this new collection.
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Winners of 2014 London Design Medal
Brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec were announced as the winners of this year's prestigious Panerai London Design Medal.
Cooper-Hewitt Announces New Acquisitions to the Collection
The Smithsonian's Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum announced several acquisitions, including a key early example of bentwood furniture by Marcel Breuer and Alexander Girard's armchair for Braniff International Airways.
SVA MFA Design Criticism Lecture Series: Fall 2012
SVA MFA Design Criticism Lecture Series, held on Tuesday evenings at D-Crit, presents lectures by the most thoughtful and provocative writers, editors, designers, and curators practicing today in the interrelated fields of design, architecture and urban planning.
Maria Blaisse: Moving Meshes
Moving Meshes, an exhibition of the work of the Dutch designer Maria Blaisse, will be on view at Domaine de Boisbuchet through September 22, 2012.
Barber Osgerby Wins Design of the Year Award for the London 2012 Olympic Torch
British design studio Barber Osgerby have won the Design of the Year 2012 for their stunning design of the London 2012 Olympic Torch. The overall winner was chosen from 89 entries to claim the winning title.
The 2012 Designs of the Year
The Design Museum announced the longlist for the fifth annual Designs of the Year Awards. Showcasing a year in design, the 2012 longlist is a celebration of the best in global designs.
Simon Collins: Parsons Announces New Dean of Fashion
Parsons The New School for Design has announced the appointment of Simon Collins, a seasoned creative director with over 20 years of experience in all facets of the fashion industry, as the new dean of fashion at Parsons.