Browns Design Associates has overhauled the brand and retail identity of independent London high fashion chain Matches. The project, which took a year to complete, rolled out last week across the firm’s eight stores. The imagery for the retailer, which sells high end designer labels including Prada, Dolce & Gabbana and Helmut Lang, features identical twins in Matches clothes in bizarre situations. It was photographed by David Stewart and is used in a variety of in-store applications as well as carrier bags.
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With designers’ mental health taking a hit during the pandemic, the studio has developed MindFull to help its peers “feel a little less blue”.
The industry-standard musical interface’s first-ever rebrand is inspired by musical forms such as the Stuttgart pitch.
After years of struggling to find glasses that fit, the brains behind Reframd are using tech to design frames to fit the “face landmarks” of Black people.