As part of this initiative, the brand has teamed up with five other English fashion labels—Globe-Trotter, Gloverall, Lock & Co., Johnstons of Elgin and Pantherella—that epitomize the British cultural tradition and goodwill values.
Twenty latest design projects—all have been published today for your attention.
The sneakers, which are replicas of the models of the upcoming Spring/Summer 2014 collection, have been created using recycled corrugated cardboard.
Starbucks is gearing up for Christmas with a bunch of seasonal products and gifts, celebrating the holiday and contributing to a good cause at the same time.
LVMH is launching the LVMH Young Fashion Designer Prize, an international competition to discover and support the designers of tomorrow.
The Lynx Africa turns 18 this year, and to celebrate this occasion the brand has teamed up with the TMW agency to roll out an art-focused campaign dubbed “The can becomes the man.”
Heineken is collaborating with another creative collective as part of its ongoing #Heineken100 program to celebrate “Man of the World” from the brand’s international marketing effort.
In 2013, the Australian brand got inspired by the Italian Futurist movement of the early XX century, rendering the crisp, clean and bold visual aesthetics of the avant-garde artistic phenomenon.