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    Future Stars? at The Aram Gallery

    by  • September 15, 2014 • Life.Style.etc Loves, News • 0 Comments

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    As part of London Design Festival 2014, The Aram Gallery is hosting a new exhibition entitled Future Stars?, featuring the  new works of seven up-and-coming designer/makers. The show is just one of a program of events to celebrate Aram’s 50th anniversary this year, highlighting the store’s long history of championing emerging names and forward thinking design.

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    Moleskine: Hacked by Design

    by  • September 11, 2014 • Life.Style.etc Loves, News • 0 Comments

    Antonio Marras

    Get inside the minds of famous artists, designers and creatives with Moleskine‘s Detour exhibition as part of London Design Festival. A selection of Moleskine notebooks that have been doodled in, cut up and altered in the most innovative of ways will be on display for you to flick through, installed across several London locations from 13th-21st September.

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    Wedgwood’s Project Tea Cosy

    by  • September 11, 2014 • Life.Style.etc Loves, News • 0 Comments

    Awon Golding

    London fashion week kicks off this week, so ideal timing for Wedgwood to announce the results of its Project Tea Cosy.  The project is in collaboration with The British Fashion Council’s Headonism scheme – an initiative curated by acclaimed milliner Stephen Jones to support and mentor the UK’s emerging millinery talent – and blurs the boundaries of fashion, design and home ware with striking results. Wedgwood invited Headonism’s latest four designers to create a contemporary and unique tea cosy for a Wedgwood tea pot, inspired by the company’s rich heritage of craftsmanship and design. After visiting the pattern and china archives at the brand’s factory in Stoke on Trent, the designers came up with four vastly different outcomes…

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    HAY mini market at Selfridges

    by  • September 10, 2014 • Life.Style.etc Loves, News • 0 Comments


    Recreating its pop-up shop at Milan Design Week earlier this year, Danish brand HAY is opening a mini market concept within Selfridges Oxford Street flagship store next week, as part of London Design Festival.

    Constructed to resemble supermarket isles stocked immaculately with merchandise, the market will sell stationery, tableware, lighting, accessories and textiles from the brand’s main collection as well as pieces from diffusion label Wrong for HAY (which launched at last year’s London Design Festival). In addition, an edited selection of finds from around the world will be on offer. The mini market will be in store until the end of the year, so plenty of time to do your supermarket sweep…


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