Here's what's got us talking this week...
Skincare Brand Super Seed’s Kinetic Store Display
FOG Architecture has added over a hundred moving semi-transparent acrylic display boxes to Super Seed's latest retail store in Hangzhou, China.Its aim is to help create a variety of different display combinations, while also encouraging more interactions between visitors and the products.Various plant exhibitions are also found in the store in a nod to the plant based ingredients used by the skincare brand.
Mango Launches Collection to Support Breast Cancer Research
Mango is teaming up with cancer research organisation, the FERO Foundation, for a solidarity collection. Proceeds from sales of the range will be donated to the cause. Some of the garments in the Mango X FERO collection feature exposed seams and labels with a message that refers to scars being stitches that demonstrate a zest for life.
Air Purifying Paints to Improve Air Quality
Real estate agency Bo LKV, has chosen paint brand Teknos' range of air-purifying paints to furnish its new office facilities in Helsinki. The paint creates a perfect balance of harmony and functionality as they absorb and neutralise aldehyde pollutants in interior spaces, which are made to improve air quality and wellbeing.
Peregrine Commits to Sourcing 100% of its Wool from Regenerative Farms
British heritage knitwear brand Peregrine has announced that it is planning to transition to 100% regeneratively sourced wool by 2026, working exclusively with UK farms.The brand is committing to British farming in recognition of the global climate and ecological crises.
Nike Korea to Ban Re-Sellers
Nike Korea is taking action against the resale of its products, especially sneakers, after news that their Air Force 1 series x Louis Vuitton, with a retail price of 3,51m won, were being sold on via a local resale marketplace for 14m won. The brand will implement new terms and conditions banning certain purchases.
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