Women: See by Chloe Fall 2015 Ready-to-Wear


See by Chloe Fall 2015

Detail: Contrasting collar, cuffs & waistbands / Patchwork / Victorian collars /High waists / Polo Necks / Ponchos / A Line / Spotted pattern.

See from Chloé’s Ready-to-Wear 2015 collection paid homage to Margot Tenenbaum. Continue Reading…

Editor’s Pick: Foldwork drying rack by Studio Berg


Top of the wish list this week is the magnificent FOLDWORK drying rack/art piece by Berlin based Studio Berg. Designer Friederike Delius focuses on giving everyday household products a style injection making the items suitable for public display.

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Two-Tone trays designed by Claesson Koivisto Rune


The Longboard range designed by Claesson Koivisto Rune is a set of three small trays made in two-tone beechwood.  Continue Reading…

Styling Inspiration: Floating


Berluti dinner decorations in Paris.

Styling Inspiration: Floating

Berluti shoes appear ready to float.




Six of the best: Mirrors


MULTIFUNCTIONAL: We love the wall mounted REFLECTION mirror by Lovisa Hansson for Nomess with a hanger for towels or accessories. Madeindesign – £68.20.

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Textiles: A Week of Tea Towels by Ferm Living


‘A Week of Tea Towels’ is the new 100% organic cotton tea towel range from Danish brand Ferm Living. Each 100% organic cotton jacquard design features a neon appliquéd label plus strap marked with the days of the week. Continue Reading…

Hely light by Hely Katriina


Hely is a jewel light designed by Hely Katriina, formed by four coloured glass balls with colours to enhance the harmony of the shapes. In Hely, the light rebounds to replicate itself and the glass pieces, creating a light full of atmosphere. The light featured in WE LIVE HERE at Stockholm Design Week 2015.

Hely Katriina / WE LIVE HERE  / Stockholm Design Week


Karui trays designed by GamFratesi for Skultuna


GamFratesi’s has designed a new collection of trays coined ‘Karui’ for Skultuna that merge traditional materials with time-honoured techniques.  Skultuna manufactured the trays using metal spinning, a classic production process. Each piece is lined with a contrasting leather fabric and available in 3 colours.

“The trays are called ‘Karui’ which in Japanese means soft – in relation to the leather part, but also light,”said Stine Gam.

“Japanese gives other meanings as well, such as “easy/easily” “quick perhaps, ” which is the informal feeling we want with the trays, place and take our personal things on the tray becoming a functional and personal easy everyday gesture.”



Brand Watch: Finery London


Leverett Bonded Trench – £165

Finery London is a new online Womenswear brand with an alternative perspective on fashion. Launched this month the unique brand has shaken up and added a fresh take on the high street.


Marsden Wide Leg Jumpsuit – £69

The stellar design team includes Caren Downie, formerly fashion director at ASOS and buying director at Topshop, together with Emma Farrow who held the position of design director at TopshopContinue Reading…

Kengo Kuma installs a plywood grid for Camper in Milan


Japanese Architect Kengo Kuma has installed a grid framework for his first Camper store in Milan on Montenapoleone as part of the Camper Together project. Continue Reading…

Exhibitor Alert: We Live Here at Stockholm Design Week


Above: A novel way to store your shoes.

If you are looking for home inspiration, visit WE LIVE HERE an exhibition currently showcasing over 150 Nordic items at Stockholm Design Week. Continue Reading…

Retail Styling: Prisms at Foscarini


Ferruccio Laviani has installed four lighting installations styled as irregular prisms at Foscarini Spazio Soho, in the New York design district. Tuareg, Lightwing, Big Bang and Plass lamps command the attention of visitors and highlight each design in red linear cages. Continue Reading…

UNStudio complete a smart home with panoramic views

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Fantasy ‘homes of the future’, depicted in trade fairs and science fiction, are increasingly becoming a reality in today’s smart homes. Integrated information technologies offer increased convenience, energy efficiency, safety and security.

“A challenge in the design of today’s single family home is a response that accurately reflects the degrees of flexibility, sustainability and automation required by the residents and the incorporation of these into the overall concept of the design,” said Ben van Berkel. Continue Reading…

Styling Inspiration

Styling interior

Styling Inspiration: Stacked

Forget conventional nests of tables, build them high – as seen at Menu.


Scaletta radiator by Elisa Giovannoni for Tubes Radiatori


Italian company Tubes Radiatori presented Scaletta by Elisa Giovannoni for the first time in Paris at Maison & Objet. Scaletta is a new radiator concept based on a ladder that doesn’t require installation and is free to place in any room. Continue Reading…