French and international visitors in attendance, creative brands from the worlds of object design, fashion and home decoration: the third post-Covid edition of Maison & Objet in Paris got off to a vibrant start.
Maison & Objet is kicking off on Thursday, September 8 at the Parc des expositions Paris Nord Villepinte. 2,200 brands are expected to attend this third post-Covid edition to see the return of international visitors.
It's finally happening. Nearly 40 years after Battersea Power Station closed as a working power generator, the listed historic site will reopen on 14 October as a major South London shopping and leisure destination.
As consumers tighten their belts, Very has launched a 700-piece value-focused collection called Everyday. It takes in women’s, men’s, and kidswear, as well as homewares such as furniture, lighting, and bedding.
Redress, an NGO fighting against textile waste, will hold the final show for the Redress Design Award 2022 in Hong Kong on September 7. Ten international designers have been selected for the competition’s final event.
Euro zone retail sales plunged more than expected in June as prices at factory gates continued to rise, data showed Wednesday, signalling a weakness in consumer demand that could herald a recession in H2.
Shopify Inc on Tuesday announced a partnership with YouTube to allow merchants to sell through the video platform, as it looks to tap into the growing number of content creators launching their own e-commerce stores.
Another month, another new name above the 12 Piccadilly Arcade pop-up store. Design studio TSAU is the latest business to take up the temporary space in an ongoing scheme to give fledgling businesses retail exposure.
Founded in 2010 by brothers Henry and George Graham in London, the fashion marketplace dedicated to international, independent and emerging designers has just opened its third store in West Hollywood, Los Angeles.