A-COLD-WALL* FW22 Collection Redefines Ghoulish Silhouettes

Samuel Ross has revealed the Fall/Winter 2022 collection for A-COLD-WALL*. Long known for its exploration in various design architectures, the brand continues to explore new shapes and silhouettes that disrupt the conventional apparel blueprints of fashion. The FW22 collection is a fluid commentary on emotional and external expression. The inflections...
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A Smart Bassinet and Better Baby Monitor Are Providing Parents Peace of Mind in 2022

Step inside Maple Street School in Brooklyn, New York, and you might wonder if you came to the right place. The maple-paneled space looks more like a start-up than a drop-off site for kids—until you notice that the countertops and plastic chairs are knee-high. Local studio 4|MATIV designed the space "to express the school’s ethos‚" which prioritizes a tactile‚ flexible environment‚ says architect Priya Patel.
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The Design Mistakes Experts Want You to Avoid This Year

It's way more fun to partake in and discuss the best parts of designing a home. But the reality is, design mistakes happen all too often and can lead to a room that feels off—glaringly so, or maybe in a way that you just can't put your finger on. Worst case scenario, a combination of several mistakes can lead to a dwelling that feels nothing like you and reflects concepts that really don't match your idea of "home."

Carbon Recapture Textile Dyes

To combat the textile industry's excessive production of carbon dioxide -- which is currently documented at producing over 1.2 billion metric tons per year -- a Netherlands-based company called DyeCoo has developed a water and chemical-free textile process. However, not only does the company avoid producing CO2 emissions, but it utilizes its proprietary technology to reclaim CO2 that is already in the atmosphere and uses it to dye textiles.

34 Edgy Rough Wood Home Decor Ideas

Textures in home decor are a very hot trend that isn’t going anywhere, even if a space is all-neutral, it will look eye-catchy with textures. Homeowners and designers integrate textures in various ways: with textiles, brick, glass, metal and of course with a timeless favorite – wood. Rough wood trend is hot, first and foremost, because of the range this natural material embodies: looks like driftwood and barnwood, along with reclaimed and upcycled pieces, are included in this creative style. Rough wood is being used in a number of modern ways, opening the scope of possibilities to nearly limitless capacity.

Project to pivot textile processing for a greener future

Spearheaded by global sustainable fashion innovation platform Fashion for Good, ‘D(R)YE Factory of the Future’ brings together several innovations in textile pre-treatment and colouration, that are set to accelerate the shift from wet to mostly dry processing. Textile processing is responsible for the highest greenhouse gas emissions, significant...

Sciessent announces NOBO anti-odour technology

NOBO anti-odour technology is the latest addition to the product portfolio of Sciessent, a global leader in antimicrobial, anti-odour, anti-pilling and water repellent technologies headquartered in Beverly, Massachusetts. Specifically formulated for natural and synthetic fabrics, NOBO adsorbs compounds responsible for body odour without the use of an antimicrobial. The technology...

BIZNES: Lezkera Destpêka IgniteX ya Black & Veatch Beşdarên 2022 Daxuyan dike

PARKA OVERLAND, Kan .– (BIGIRINA BUSINESS)–Recognizing the world needs innovative solutions to counter the ongoing climate crisis, Black & Veatch has selected eight promising start-ups to join its IgniteX Climate Tech Accelerator program, which provides funding and support to companies on the cutting edge of climate technology. The...

Sushant Abrol Answers Your Fashion Queries

Fashion and style conundrums, deciphered and explained by designer Sushant Abrol. There is a feeling of optimism amongst the fraternity, and I strongly believe the coming year will be rewarding especially for fashion. People have started to come out of their enclosures slowly, and are looking out to reimagine their passion for dressing up. In my opinion, however, the styling would be more individualistic than ever before, as lockdowns and work-from-home have changed the rules for dressing up for most men. In terms of colours, we will see brighter hues taking centre stage with neutrals and blacks maintaining a dominant place in men’s wardrobe. Tailoring will also see a rise as most men will look forward to a personalised experience with an evolved individual aesthetic.

Vintage Dragon T-shirt

This t-shirt is Made To Order, one by one printed so we can control the quality. We use newest DTG Technology to print on to Vintage Dragon T-shirt . Pre-Shrunk 100% cotton, fully machine washable. Washing Instructions:. – When washing your item, please turn the shirt inside out and wash...

How to Decorate Students Room by Yourself 2022

Probably, the way your student room looks determines your mood. Basically, home settings create the atmosphere and affect your feelings. Psychologists say that a well decorated room can instantly put you at ease and help you get rid of stress. On the contrary, living in a space you don’t really like can make you feel down.

6 Super Ways Sustainable Living Can Save You Money

Living a more sustainable lifestyle is often presented as being something of a chore. It is also often presented as something that you can only do if you have lots of money to spend on expensive eco brands. This does not have to be the case at all!. You can...

23 Cozy And Aesthetic Swing Chair Design For Interior

Indoor swings for adults can help you relax and enjoy your free time at home. Not only for children, swing chairs with aesthetic designs can also blend into your interior. From rattan hanging chairs to swing chairs that will lull you back to your childhood, there are many creative ways that you can create cozy furniture for yourself.

Rosewood Sand Hill Undergoes Renovation

The Rosewood Sand Hill in California’s Silicon Valley has revealed updates to its lobby and guestrooms. The refresh by San Francisco-based design studio NICOLEHOLLIS conjures comfort and community through an artistic lens. “We wanted to create a plan that flows easily from the interior to the exterior terraces and...
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B. Thomas “Tom” Ward Jr.

B. Thomas “Tom” Ward Jr., 90, the son of the late Benjamin Thomas Ward and Josephine Reid Ward, died on January 12, 2022. Tom was born on September 17, 1931 and graduated from Greensboro (Grimsley) Senior High School in 1949 where he played football and basketball. He graduated from North Carolina State University in 1953 with a BS in Textiles where he served as Vice President of the Student Government and President of Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity.