Presentation is everything: sometimes a website can be part lookbook, part storefront, and part art gallery, and that’s not an easy task for a designer. We chose 8 decent usecases on the topic. Check them out to find your inspiration!
Pinpinpin.it offers plenty of smart, elegant and funny enamel pins. Most collections are meant to be souvenirs from Russia, depicting Malevich paintings, Laika the space dog, Dostoyevsky portrait or famous Moscow architecture. More pins are to come, as the company collaborates with museums from around the world.
Spacebound is a fashion and lifestyle brand from Melbourne. T-shirts, anoraks, and hoodies, as well as leather wallets and bags. Casual unisex style, minimal design, and attention to tiny details. Check out their lookbook to get the feel of the brand and explore new products.
The FLUX Hawaii magazine promotes the islands’ culture to a global audience and used Readymag to announce their weeklong pop-up shop in Sydney, Australia. Exclusive products from Hawaii-based artisans, crafters, and designers include one-of-a-kind jewelry and clothes, handcrafted ceramics and textiles, and many more. Some items are available in their online shop.
If running is in your blood, Tracksmith is for you. The New England based company offers quality products for training, racing, and recovery. Each lookbook is a journey, following athletes and marathoners, who share their workouts and training plans and inspire you to compete better and achieve more.
A constant wait
‘A constant wait’ features works of Danish fashion designer Tobias Birk Nielsen. Photoshoots of the recent collections, beautiful full-screen music videos, sketches, and drafts from the research process — you immediately dive into his dark, yet poetic world. The recent video ‘SS17 Uniform of Great Hope’ got awarded ‘Best Nordic Talent’ at Copenhagen Fashion Film Awards.
Lstore creates effective tools for busy designers and developers — mockups, UI kits and scene generators. Their Concept Library is a collection of 12 detailed web page concepts available for Sketch and Photoshop. Instead of starting from scratch, just choose a template, add your content and customize your project to make it perfect.
Kuraga is a Russian design brand founded 2015 by Elizaveta Sukhinina, a graduate student from Istituto Marangoni and London College of Fashion. This lookbook showcases her latest collections, shot in different locations — at the bottom of a swimming pool, a traditional food market or a Russian village.
A bike ride with no sweat hands — that’s what the ‘Cooling grip’ is about. Two industrial design students from Poland use Readymag to present their innovative product through video, sketches, and images of prototypes. The project is a finalist for the Make Me! international contest for young designers.