24 Jul 2017
Plywood: Material of the Modern World at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum is focused solely on how the versatile material has helped shape the 21st century.
The political fashion brand feels the time is right for a return of its futuristic garments that brave the environmental and societal challenges of city life.
17 Jul 2017
Richard Pender worked with MawsonKerr Architects to create a farmhouse-style home, inclusive of locally sourced larch cladding, in rural Northumberland.
No longer is micellar cleansing technology – which features oil particles that attract and hold on to dirt and grease – exclusive to facial skincare.
13 Jul 2017
Via The Drum
9 Jul 2017
20 Jul 2017
The French luxury alcohol giant, which doesn’t usually develop its own drinks, has produced its first premium tequila in collaboration with Mexico’s Gallardo family.
The furniture and homeware range, which was announced at Ikea’s Democratic Design Day event in Sweden last year, will be released in October 2017.
18 Jul 2017
27 Jun 2017
The travel site’s customers can now speak to Amazon’s Echo family of smart speakers to book hotel rooms – though there are questions over user experience.
7 Jul 2017
Stylus Trend Report
4 Jul 2017
A growing number of companies are advertising cannabidiol, a cannabis plant component, as an aid to get dogs through the Fourth of July fireworks.
19 Jul 2017
Norton Core, made by Californian software company Norton by Symantec, creates a quarantine around any device engaged in potentially suspicious activity.
Joon, a play on jeune – French for ‘young’ – will offer passengers aged 18 to 35 a “global travel experience”, France’s national carrier says.
31 May 2017
Via Good Housekeeping
Via South China Morning Post
Design studio Mentsen, whose pasta-themed lamps come in two colours and three different-sized parts, feature vertical ridges down their side.
Via Design Milk
Forward-thinking tech solutions, developed from a desire for ethical consumption, are beginning to help people shop more sustainably.
21 Jul 2017
Nextatlas’ UK director told us how social media trends can benefit brands – and why the world briefly went crazy for bamboo in January.
Via New Scientist
According to YouGov BrandIndex, more than a quarter of American millennials can be regarded as current customers of the ride-sharing platform.
Designed for versatility-seeking female athletes, the app – rather than focusing on workouts – offers tips on movement, nutrition, mindset and rest.
Stylus’ senior advisory executive explains how brands can no longer rely on the old rules of luxury when reaching out to uber-wealthy consumers.
3 Jul 2017
6 Jul 2017
Via Luxury Insider
On World Emoji Day (July 17), @RoyalOperaHouse encouraged Twitter users to guess which high-culture performances were being told in emoji form.
Ermes Group is using Watson Commerce, IBM’s cloud-based, artificially intelligent pricing tool to recommend the most appropriate pricing action.
By 2020, the brand’s UK bottles will contain 50% recycled PET. Greenpeace, however, is putting pressure on Coca-Cola to go further.
Via Beverage Daily
Via Fast Company
14 Jul 2017