We talked to British designer Richard Brendon about how his thriving career began with a simple idea.
A look back at 2017's most popular Style + Fashion posts, including wearable devices, architectural jewelry, and geometric games.
We check in with Kirsty Whyte and Paul Tanner who launched Freedom to Exist after seeing a void in the watch market.
Californian Johnetté Taylor set up her own business in London in 2010 and now makes every piece by hand, one bag at a time.
In the latest of our series profiling designers based in the UK and Europe, our Katie Treggiden talks to London-based designer Kanga Arora.
Ceramicist Chris Keenan began working with clay in his mid-thirties after a 12-year acting career.
Design Frontiers is an exhibition that promises to "illuminate the thinking and working practices of celebrated designers..."
We head to Decorex for the first time, a show that focuses on craft and making.
We talk to Kirsty Thomas who runs Tom Pigeon designing and making jewelry, stationery, art prints and home accessories.
HAY brings their aesthetic to the YPPERLIG collection for IKEA, including seating, coffee tables, lighting, textiles, and accessories.
The London Design Fair filled three floors and felt like a much more cohesive offering this year.
Max Fraser curated an 'feature' for 100% Design of an edited selection of products past and present to represent the best of design.
We visit the Brompton Design District and the Victoria & Albert Museum to check out what 2017 had to offer.
Creative childhoods turned Fredrik Färg and Emma Marga Blanche into the designers behind Färg & Blanche – a dynamic design force.
Hem has opened its first showroom in the heart of the Swedish capital and we spoke to founder Petrus Palmer about it.
Design Milk recently caught up with the Danish artist, designer and ceramicist, Naja Utzon Popov.