WTL Places To Watch in Los Angeles by Anine Bing

PLACES TO WATCH – IN LOS ANGELES

WHERE TO GO AND WHAT TO WEAR?

With the opening of her first flagship store, Anine Bing has fulfilled a long wished for dream. We took the opportunity to meet the designer and not only talked about fashion but also about her favorite spots in Los Angeles (and asked her what she would wear going there)…

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WTL Designer To Watch Alessandra Rich London

SHOP THE EDITOR’S PICKS AND FALL IN LOVE WITH ALESSANDRA RICH’S EXCLUSIVE CAPSULE COLLECTION FOR NET-A-PORTER…

 

 

WTL Chef To Watch Dominique Ansel New York Cronut

CHEF TO WATCH – DOMINIQUE ANSEL

THE PASTRY INNOVATOR 

Never has the word “foodporn” found a better appropriation than to describe New York-based star chef Dominique Ansel’s creations. In 2013 Dominique Ansel has caused quite a stir with the invention of the Cronut™, a croissant and doughnut hybrid that has claimed international fame and even made it to the Late Night show with Jimmy Fellon…

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WTL Designer To Watch Celeste Tesoriero Australia Sydney Shop

DESIGNER TO WATCH – CELESTE TESORIERO

MEETING AN UNPREDICTABLE DESIGNER 

After working five years as a designer for various international labels, Australian-born and Sydney-based jewelry and fashion designer, Celeste Tesoriero has gained enough insight into the industry to decide to “go solo”.

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WTL Prada Advertising Campaign

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ABOUT WATCH-THAT-LABEL.com 

WATCH-THAT-LABEL.com is a specialized digital platform dedicated to the ONES TO WATCH. We are the insider’s Talent-Guide for fashion, lifestyle, trends & more, acting as a Directory & Reference when it comes to “under the radar” personalities, new talents and places to watch.

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WTL H&M Conscious Denim Collection Shop

WE WATCH OUT FOR SUSTAINABLE FASHION! #consciousfashion

 

H&M is introducing as of 2nd October 2014 a “conscious denim” capsule collection with contemporary fits and clean styles using not only more sustainable materials, but also more conscious processes. In a first for H&M, the washes used on denim have been graded to assess their environmental impact, including energy and water use…

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Ludovico Lombardi

ARCHITECT TO WATCH – LUDOVICO LOMBARDI

BUILDING THE FUTURE

Italian-born and London-based world traveller, architect and designer Ludovico Lombardi has a pretty impressive track record since he graduated with a Master’s degree in Architecture and Urbanism from the DRL Design Research Lab of the Architectural Association in London in 2008 after having previously studied in Italy at the Politecnico of Milan and in England at the Bartlett. 

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JK Place Roma

HOTEL TO WATCH – JK PLACE ROMA

ROME’S SECRET HIDEAWAY

Located in a 19th-century building that was once the University of Rome’s architecture school, near the Via dei Condotti, the Palazzo Borghese and a stone’s throw away from the Spanish Steps sits Rome’s best hidden secret – the five star boutique hotel JK Place Roma.

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WTL Label To Watch Aperlai Alessandra Lanvin Paris

LABEL TO WATCH – APERLAI

IT IS ALL ABOUT HIGH HEELS AND SEXY LEGS

Italian/Turkish-born and Paris-based shoe designer Alessandra Lanvin has launched one of the sexiest shoe brands of our time – Aperlaï. Alessandra, married to Hubert Lanvin, the grandson of couture designer Jeanne Lanvin, launched her brand in 2009 after having worked as a headhunter in the luxury industry for several years.

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Christoph Stepan

PHOTOGRAPHER TO WATCH – CHRISTOPH STEPAN

THE LARGER, THE BETTER 

Munich-born and -based artist and photographer Christoph Stepan has taken a detour before making his passion a profession. Instead of studying photography, he graduated with a MA in Economics and learned his profession the hard way – from scratch.

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Green Fashion

PEOPLE TO WATCH – TANIA REINERT

A CONVERSATION ABOUT “GREEN FASHION”

Moscow-born and Hong-Kong based online boutique owner Tania Reinert and her business partner founded “A Boy Named Sue” over lunch break in 2012. Being fed up with, as they call it, the “dirty business of fashion” and the lack of respect towards people who make our clothes they decided to bring together designers who create sustainable (and desirable) fashion.

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