Following the publication of Interbrand’s global brands survey last week, which up-and-coming niche brands do you think ought to be worthy of a place in the future?
CuldeSac prefers to take an eclectic approach. For its latest project, the consultancy asked student designers to create accessories for a romantic dinner, says John Stones
It was only a matter of time before menswear once more became a focus for retail designers. Readers old enough to remember the last big push towards men in the
At Comic-Con International, the world’s largest comic book and sci-fi convention, Adrian Shaughnessy finds a great appetite for the visual and the authentic
Menswear retailers are collaborating with designers to woo the fashion-conscious, says Sarah Balmond
Anselm Kiefer is the unsinkable dreadnought of contemporary German art. Heavy and metallic, inescapably big, looming with history. Since the 1970s, he has commanded the cultural bridge between Joseph Beuys
Crispin Reed has left his position of director of brand communications at luxury skincare and fragrance brand owner Cradle Holdings to become senior vice-president Europe of Sterling Brands’ UK office.
Branding for the city of Leeds should finally be signed off this week, after the surprise resignation of Leeds design group Thompson. It has emerged that the group resigned its
Design consultancies wishing to participate in the UK Trade & Investment-backed design missions to Design Korea 2005 (1-6 December) or Hong Kong Business of Design Week (19-23 November), should contact
In response to Comment (DW 21 July), I graduated with a Bachelor of Design in Design Futures in November last year from Napier University, Edinburgh, and moved to London with
David Collins has a penchant for working on glamorous projects. As his latest restaurant opens in a fanfare of publicity, he is determined to ensure his creative approach is not
The in-house studio of London’s National Centre for Languages has created posters, postcards, stickers and T-shirts for this year’s European Day of Languages, held on the 26 September to celebrate