Planetnewmedia has racked up a double win with its appointment to redesign Club 18-30’s website as well as to create the website for the Victoria & Albert Museum’s Radical Fashion exhibition.
Planetnewmedia won both following four-way unpaid creative pitches. Both jobs are understood to be worth five-figure fees.
The Club 18-30 website was created in 1996 by Subnet and tweaked by Creative 8 in 1999. The brief is to give the site a completely different look, simplify its navigation system and make it more accessible. A launch date for the updated site has yet to be set, but it is likely to go live before the end of the year says a spokesman.
The V&A Museum job involves creating a teaser site to coincide with London Fashion Week, which runs from 16-21 September, followed by a fully-fledged site which will go live on 18 October. The site is intended to become a permanent resource once the show is over in January. V&A Museum marketing manager Sarah Morris says, ‘Our long-term aim is to set up a non-commercial fashion website that will feature details of our dress collections and textiles, and will also be linked to past and present fashion exhibitions.’
Radical Fashion will showcase fashion designers. It is being created by Event Communications.