Sophie Hulme x Globe-Trotter

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By Cheyenne Tulsa in New Design on Thursday 20 December 2012

Fast-emerging as London’s favourite womenswear and accessories designer, Sophie Hulme is known for understatedly chic bags. Recently, she teamed up with the iconic luggage brand Globe-Trotter for a second time adding new sizes and injecting more colour along with her sharp, modern aesthetic to her existing range for them. As she said in an interview with Vogue UK: ‘Globe-Trotter is such a great company that I didn’t want to see the collaborations end after just one season’. For the first time in Globe-Trotter’s history, Hulme re-designed the handle for her Autumn/Winter 2012 collection (pictured below) to include her signature brass hardware. Each piece is completed with a signature striped silk lining, coordinating with Hulme’s ready-to-wear collection.

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A Push Door to Exit video made from cardboard

Zolton Editor

By Zolton in Video on Tuesday 19 August 2008

OK, so this is the world’s first electronica music video made entirely from cardboard. The creation of London animator, Tony Comley, the track is for Push Door to Exit by Alexander’s Annexe, which is out through Warp records. Very cool.

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The animated world of Mark Taplin

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By Kate Barnett in New Design on Wednesday 6 August 2008

London-based Mark Taplin has a strong sense of visual identity. His illustrations, short films and animations have made him very popular with London’s top agencies and production companies. He embraces technology, and is not afraid to apply his unique style across different medias. Recent clients include MTV, BBC, Virgin Music and FHM.

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The mixed media of Andy Forshaw

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By Kate Barnett in New Design on Thursday 26 June 2008

A talent for mixed media and a good eye for detail has won London designer Andy Forshaw clients such as Dazed and Confused, Vice, and TimeOut. He’s just finished illustrating a mammoth book for Bloomsbury UK entitled What On Earth Happened which will be released worldwide this Autumn.

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Trevor Jackson’s designs

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By Derrick Stembridge in New Design on Tuesday 10 June 2008

Trevor Jackson is a London-based creative, working in many fields including graphic design, art direction, moving image, music writing, remixing and production, installations and performance.

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Nova Dando

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By Carolyn Dempsey in New Fashion on Wednesday 28 May 2008

Highly unwearable but aesthetically riveting, Nova Dando is making killer waves in the notoriously hard to crack London fashion scene. Perhaps the reason she is so visible is that her collections are consistently outrageous, exceptional and innovative showstoppers.

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Lintcoat Reader Find

By Lintcoat in New Fashion on Wednesday 14 May 2008

Saltwater is a British clothing design label based in London and Cornwall who aim to bring a fresh approach to fashion with their use of beautiful colour, selected cloth, and close attention to detail. The store also has a great selection of carefully sourced accessories from around the world and a growing range of other […]

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Gareth Pugh

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By Stacey Howard in New Fashion on Wednesday 14 May 2008

Gareth Pugh is from England, is 25, and has been shaking up the fashion scene from London to New York since Fall 2006 when he sent his models down the runway in ruffles, Doc Martens and face paint.

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Kathryn Lewis

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By Zolton in New Design on Thursday 24 April 2008

London-based graphic design student, Kathryn Lewis, has just completed a project around the notion of the chronobiology. She spent a day avoiding all conventional clocks and relied purely on her own inner clock to wake her up, get me to her lectures and take her home on time, whilst recording her feelings every hour.

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