US outdoors retailer REI has launched #OptOutside, a call to arms against Black Friday.
Vollebak is an extreme sportswear brand built for training the mind and not merely the body.
Naxos, Make’s gender-neutral, technology-driven skincare line, answers 21st century problems.
Constructing Connectivity converts the raw power of muscle movement into patterns for fabric-weaving.
Louis Vuitton’s phygital exhibition Series 3 took visitors inside creative...
Online publisher Lost My Name is back with its most ambitious personalised picture book to date.
At Genuine Liquorette, the cocktails come in cans and the bartender is optional.
British app developer ustwo’s first virtual reality game Land’s End offers a glimpse into the future of VR.
Faye Toogood Studio put craft
and craftsmanship on the map at London Design Festival.
South Korean eyewear brand Gentle Monster transforms its showrooms into artistic installations.
Semaine is an
online magazine meets luxury concept store where tastemakers take over.
NO_THING shows how projection-mapping can turn the built environment into an interface.
A pop-up hotel on water, Good Hotel in Amsterdam trains the unemployed in the art of hospitality.
contemporary art walk offers a new way for people to experience the urban environment.
Outdoor clothing brand Patagonia is on a mission to place conservation at the heart of consumption.
Soylent is a radical meal replacement in liquid form for time-short Millennials.
Commissioned by Selfridges for its Project Ocean campaign, Gyrecraft is a journey into plastic transformation.
Digital art studio FIELD and typography company Monotype have created three digital installations that...
Ad agency Adam&Eve
uses CCTV footage of shoplifters for the new Harvey Nichols campaign,
E-tailer Everlane has forged a niche as one of the world’s most
honest retailers. Every stitch, scrap and...
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