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Doshi Levien is one of the most creative duos on the international scene.The two designers, though born and raised in very different settings, followed similar paths.Among their many distinctions are the FX Design Award 2003, production grants from the Arts Council of England and B & B Italia in 2005, the Wallpaper Award for Best Breakthrough Designer in 2007, a grant from the Arts Council of England in 2007, the Movado Future Legends Award in 2007 and the IMM Cologne Best of Best Award for the Children's "Rocker" for Richard Lampert, 2011.Designer Kiko Kostadinov embraces the concept of “new outdoors” by revisiting our archives and paying tribute to some of our most iconic styles.Los Angeles-based industrial designer Jonathan Olivares takes inspiration from some of New York City’s most well-known cultural landmarks to put a contemporary spin on our Rockefeller Center store.By combining natural Indiana limestone and mobile archive shelving with a bright metallic interior, Olivares celebrates the building’s iconic aesthetic and its historically important location right across the street from the legendary Radio City Music Hall.
With a sharp focus on protection and functionality, Kostadinov is the kind of provocative young talent capable of infusing decades of shoemaking heritage with an experimental aesthetic that is all his own.
Gosha is a fashion designer, photographer and film maker.
Creating fashion sportswear he takes inspiration from the romance of the youth, Russian religious roots and the clash between the post-soviet mentality and growing up in the country after dissolution of the USSR in 1991.
He is also a regular collaborator with Dover Street Market London, Ginza, and New York and was recently named one of Forbes Europe’s 30 Under 30 in The Arts category. That same year, Maximov participated in Salone Satellite Moscow with his project One Line and was subsequently published in Wallpaper magazine and Interni.
His character and sense of humour are evident in his work, where he uses tubular metal and other materials to create fluid, minimalist designs that are both classic and contemporary.
Kengo Kuma is one of the most intriguing Japanese architects on the international scene.