Louis Vuitton is celebrating its symbol, the Monogram, with an impressive collaboration that engages six “renowned and creative iconoclasts” from diverse fields—Christian Louboutin, Cindy Sherman, Frank Gehry, Karl Lagerfeld, Marc Newson and Rei Kawakubo. They were challenged with a task to develop a piece of luggage or a bag that would sync both with their creative attitude and the brand’s ethos based around daring innovation.

The Japanese apparel brand UNIQLO has teamed up with Pharrell Williams, a U.S. musical and fashion designer, to create a line of limited-edition “i am OTHER” T-shirts. The brand says that the concept for the collection is based on the celebrity’s shared philosophy of a creative way of life, based on art, music, apparel, film, TV, technology and multimedia. The collection got its name from Pharrell’s multimedia creative enterprise. 

Target has turned to Pineterst to find a team of aspiring designers for its new product lines. The retailer has teamed up with three active pinners and bloggers—Joy Cho (USA), Jan Halvarson (Canada), and Kate Arends (USA)—who will co-create a series of upcoming collections that will include party products. The three users are also working in design, so they are supposed to feel quite comfortable with the assignment.

Living with challenging mental conditions is always tough, but telling others about these problems might be yet tougher. The Living With: start-up T-shirt company, based in the USA, helps individuals who experience such disorders to declare this to the world using visual language—namely, through designs of their tees. The project has a charitable mission: a percentage from each sold T-shirt goes to Active Minds, an organization that helps destigmatize mental health problems on college campuses across the USA.