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Fashion retailer Country Casuals is piloting a new Fitch-designed concept with – new graphics and interiors. – – Virgin Atlantic’s in-flight magazine Hot Air has been redesigned by freelance designer Jeremy Leslie.

Fashion retailer Country Casuals is piloting a new Fitch-designed concept with

new graphics and interiors.

Virgin Atlantic’s in-flight magazine Hot Air has been redesigned by freelance designer Jeremy Leslie. The magazine has been awarded the best in-flight magazine prize by the World Airline Entertainment Association.

British Midland airline is inviting students to design a Christmas communications tool in its first British Midland Art and Design Award. The closing date is 30 October. For further information call Pippa Rees on 01332 854267/36.

Paper White has designed sales literature and membership packs for BUPA International. The group won a paid pitch against Lippa Pearce and Stocks Austin Sice.Sigmund Shalit won a four-way credentials pitch to advise the Cowie Group on livery design for its bus companies Leaside Buses, South London and Grey Green.

Sigmund Shalit won a four-way credentials pitch to advise the Cowie Group on livery design for its bus companies Leaside Buses, South London and Grey Green.

Gary Jones, managing director of Halifax consultancy Heights Design, has become chairman of the British Design Initiative. He will open a BDI office in Halifax to develop design export business in the north.

The Financial Times Architecture Award has gone to the Michael Hopkins and Partners-designed Glyndebourne Opera House in Sussex.

Ico Design has created a new prospectus for Ashridge Management College’s 1996 open programme.

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