American furniture brand CB2 has plotted a social media-designed home that will source creative power from people in the digital space.
The retailer has teamed up with three active pinners and bloggers to co-create a series of upcoming collections that will include party products.
Rich Pins contain related info from the original site, highlighting availability and real-time pricing for goods, cast members and ratings for movies, ingredient lists for recipes, and more.
Pinterest, which actually started the tile layouts trend, continues to evolve. Now, the visual social network is about to begin testing a new look, which will be available to a small group of users in the coming weeks.
Pinterest has served as a source of information about home décor colour preferences. For Turkish decorative paint brand Jotun, Danish designers Mie Frey Damgaard and Peter Ørntoft have developed a great infographics project, which is based on the colour trends spotted when looking through Pinterest interior décor boards.
When social networking platforms and fashion brands unite for good, it may lead to something unexpectedly meaningful, as it has been the case with NY designer and philanthropist Diane von Furstenberg, who teams up with the U.S. non-profit vision benefits company, VSP and NYC Mission Society in a move to engage Pinterest users in a social charitable project #PinToGiveAndGet.
The London men fashion event is “a new opportunity to unite fashion and digital innovation, encouraging engagement with the menswear showcase through social media and digital presentations”.