Daily Style & Design News: May 14, 2010

Daily Style & Design News: May 14, 2010

Jeremy Fish's crazily ambitious exhibition schedule continues with his latest stop being Cologne, Germany. Check out a preview of the show that launches this weekend. [Curated Mag]

To file under Weird European Shit: Czech design firm H3T has suspended a sauna from a bridge on the river Elbe, thereby marring the natural vista in the pursuit of open pores. The sauna is also, of course, hewn from entirely eco-friendly materials. [Dezeen]

Bespoke: The Handbuilt Bicycle, a collection of work from six internationally revered bicycle makers, opens this week at MADProjects Gallery through mid-August. Curated by none other than Michael Maharam, he of the gangsta eponymous textile company, this is a must-see for any craftsman. [MAD Museum]

Mister Cartoon x Nike Sportswear Dunk Hi AC
s are available now at 21 Mercer and a few other NSW retailers. [Freshness Mag]

Here is an awesome straw hat from Rag & Bone's Spring 2010 collection. Perfect for those too-hot-for-fitteds days... [Selectism]

PAM, Australia's top streetwear label, drops a line of accessories for Spring/Summer 2010. Included in the set are tote bags, snapbacks, and scarves. [High Snobiety]

Tags: jeremy-fish, michael-maharam, mister-cartoon, museum-of-arts-and-design, nsw, pam, rag-bone
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