13 Feb 2018
Event director Fay Cowan talks us through what Decoded Future attendees can expect when it debuts at London’s Tobacco Dock on June 26.
9 Feb 2018
They’ll change the way we store our food, identify smells and keep our kids safe online. These are the start-ups that caught our eye in January.
5 Feb 2018
3 Jan 2018
Hok’s Bill Kenworthey says that resilient, people-protecting design is key for cities faced with extreme weather events and elevated security threats.
5 Jan 2018
The late Congolese sculptor’s spectacular large-scale cities – made from paper and commercial packaging – will be showcased over the summer.
The death knell has sounded for complex routines, says Stylus’ Beauty editor Lisa Payne in Vogue’s ‘five trends that will transform beauty in 2018’.
12 Dec 2017
Via South China Morning Post
7 Dec 2017
Via University of the Arts London
24 Nov 2017
30 Jan 2018
Emily Gordon-Smith, our head of Fashion, asks whether lilac could ever come to represent the colour preferences of an entire generation.
2 Feb 2018
Our latest Industry Trend investigates tomorrow’s key ingredients, flavours, fragrances and taste sensations. Here’s why it matters to your brand.
6 Dec 2017
The furniture brand wants to make it easier for people to play songs anywhere at home without it interrupting the flow of their daily life.
11 Jan 2018
18 Jan 2018
23 Nov 2017
26 Jan 2018
The travel tech entrepreneur is equipping hotels with the tools they need to challenge the dominance of online travel agents – and the benefits for guests could be huge.
16 Jan 2018
The range – which represents the supermarket’s biggest-ever investment in pet food – will arrive on the shelves at the end of January.
30 Nov 2017
From (EU-certified, no less) digital contraceptives to flying taxis, November’s breakthrough start-ups are definitely worth getting excited about.
19 Jan 2018
Stylus’ New York-based strategic account director talks us through month five of her year-long working adventure around the world, which continued in Malaysia’s “hodgepodge” capital.
27 Nov 2017
29 Nov 2017
8 Jan 2018
The London-based designer has used London Design Fair’s Material of the Year to craft a herringbone-textured tray, vase and pen pot.
The company behind a new poll has said that Americans aged between 21 and 37 “might be in for a rude awakening” when they give up work.
8 Dec 2017
4 Jan 2018
Via The Guardian
It’s called Marketplace, and it will also allow drivers to order Dunkin' Donuts or reserve a table at TGI Fridays.
Laura Swain, our assistant editor of Food, Beverage & Hospitality, explains how gyms are developing edibles tailored to consumers’ health goals.
Via Health Club Management
21 Dec 2017
It blurs the line between fine and costume jewellery, and, according to our very own Emily Gordon-Smith, it’s “been evolving for the past few years”.
Via The Business of Fashion
28 Nov 2017
11 Dec 2017
From celebrity cameos to messages emphasising diversity and inclusion, brands certainly delivered during the New England Patriots/Philadelphia Eagles showdown.
24 Jan 2018
Amazon Go’s sensor technology means items can be removed from the shelves and tracked in a customer’s virtual shopping cart.
The UK supermarket chain will introduce paper and pulp trays and paper bags as it gradually ditches plastic packaging over a five-year period.
Via Campaign US
Via The Drum