Clothing brand Folk has teamed up with artists and brothers Nick and Phil Goss to launch a clothing collection inspired by J.G. Ballard’s science-fiction novel The Drowned World
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Speaking at the D&AD festival in London yesterday was Anna Higgs, creative director at Nowness, who explained why creativity matters more than clicks, plus why “with great reach, comes great responsibility”.
After six years as creative director at & Other Stories – the H&M-owned global fashion brand she co-founded in 2010 – Sara Hildén-Bengtsson has left to set up a design and concept studio for retail brands. Here, she shares the key to & Other Stories’ success and offers some advice for creating a great customer experience
Immortal is a spectacular collection of images produced in the last 12 months by photographic duo Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones and their cast of collaborators
Fans of fashion and art alike will delight in the latest iteration of Burberry’s pop-up event space Makers House, which sees sculptures by Henry Moore nestled among the brand’s new collection.
Photographer Nick Ballon went inside an Italian tannery to shoot this series of images for textile firm Maharam.
This month, 72andSunny Amsterdam has launched a new product: the Raynsie, a line of weatherproof onesies for use by cyclists and other rainy weather dwellers. We talked to the team behind it about the challenges of creating the range, and the lessons learned along the way.
Spike Jonze’s witty and bizarre film for Kenzo Perfume has won the Film Grand Prix at the 2016 Epica Awards, the only ad awards scheme to be judged by journalists. Other big winners include Tourism Ireland, ING, Norwegian airlines, and the Belgian Alzheimer’s society, Alzheimerliga.
Where do you look for inspiration? If you’re in the fashion or home interiors industries, it might be at the Design Library, a vast archive of patterns and textiles dating from the 1750s to the present that is held across two venues, in New York’s Hudson Valley and central London. A new book by Phaidon takes readers inside its many treasures, while we have a rummage through the shelves
As editor of the website Clothes on Film, Christopher Laverty brings a sharp eye to the history of costume design in cinema and television. In his new book for publishers Laurence King, Laverty examines the work that fashion designers have created for film since the 1930s up to the present day. We spoke to him about this fascinating area of film production, which is vital to both narrative and character development alike