This week’s #blogoftheweek is luimadeit.tumblr.com selected by our senior sport trend analyst in China, Lucesca Holmes, who says: “Lulu’s Tumblr is a visually stimulating platform of thoughtfully curated visuals categorised into sharply edited colour and pattern themes.” 
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This week’s #blogoftheweek is luimadeit.tumblr.com selected by our senior sport trend analyst in China, Lucesca Holmes, who says: “Lulu’s Tumblr is a visually stimulating platform of thoughtfully curated visuals categorised into sharply edited colour and pattern themes.” 

Image via luimadeit

Korean brand RE;CODE offers a new take on sustainability by reusing car seat materials as a replacement for sporty meshes at the JFW-IFF trade show in Tokyo.

Korean brand RE;CODE offers a new take on sustainability by reusing car seat materials as a replacement for sporty meshes at the JFW-IFF trade show in Tokyo.

Live from Milan-our #colouroftheweek is Yves Klein Blue. A vibrant purple hued blue, seen on the Twin’Z car, designed by Ross Lovegrove for Renault.

Live from Milan-our #colouroftheweek is Yves Klein Blue. A vibrant purple hued blue, seen on the Twin’Z car, designed by Ross Lovegrove for Renault.

If you ever find yourself in Tasmania, you cannot miss MONA (museum of old and new art) which is the brainchild of Hobart local eccentric art collector David Walsh. Walsh made his fortune in gambling and spent it all on art and at MONA you can see the most amazing private collection of art around. With $75 million renovations, MONA is built literally in a cliff on the Berriedale peninsula in Hobart and includes a winery, fine dining restaurant, and stunning boutique hotel. This is ‘fat car’ by Erwin Wurm.

If you ever find yourself in Tasmania, you cannot miss MONA (museum of old and new art) which is the brainchild of Hobart local eccentric art collector David Walsh. Walsh made his fortune in gambling and spent it all on art and at MONA you can see the most amazing private collection of art around. With $75 million renovations, MONA is built literally in a cliff on the Berriedale peninsula in Hobart and includes a winery, fine dining restaurant, and stunning boutique hotel. This is ‘fat car’ by Erwin Wurm.