WGSN kidswear is blown away by the super impressive, pop-up shop by Molly-Meg at London’s Anthropologie store, partnered with Milk Magazine. Following the launch this weekend, there are events held throughout the month and an amazing array of modern and vintage home decoration, toys and gifts for sale. We loved the DIY photobooth by La Cerise sur le Gateau and it looks like the kids did too!
Launching this spring is The Wilderness Collection: a Kalon Studios + Nico Nico collaboration. We love the field tent, the perfect accessory to accompany our mini mountaineer trend.
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Beautiful colour-flow collection of hand painted porcelain cups from the Taped series by Studio PS.
Imps & Elfs will be launching their new kids lifestyle range exclusively at Kleine Fabriek, Amsterdam this weekend. 100% organic cotton bedding and bath products, can’t wait to check it out !
We think these nostalgic paper toy kits would make the perfect Christmas stocking filler. By DJECO.
Beautiful new kidswear store in Milan, Lelefante con le ghette, stocks an impressive range of home-grown and international brands as well a small selection of handmade products by local artists.
We’re so happy to have discovered Argentinean brand Fanny & Alexander. Beautiful children’s toys without a battery in sight!
These geometric silicone food moulds, by Mario Trimarchi for Italian design house Alessi, create miniature pieces of food architecture.
Called Il Tempo della Festa (Holiday Time), the timbale moulds are available in black, white, peach, kiwi and mango, and each set is sold with a set of recipes devised by chef Alberto Gozzi with graphic design by Trimarchi.
During the second edition of Paris Design Week, AD magazine will present ‘Interieurs 2012, Voyages Imaginaires’ at French auction house Artcurial. Running 8 - 21 September, the exhibition will show the work of 13 interior designers, each tasked with providing their own interpretation of escapism through the decorating of one room.
Highlights include the Ethnic lounge by Jean-Louis Deniot (pictured top, photo courtesy of Jean-Louis Deniot SARL) and the dream-like library by Charles Zana (pictured above, photo: Didier Ghislain).
Proof that even a product category that has millions of items in it already can be reinvented in a moment. Designed by Tan Mavitan in 2010, the Triangle Notebook is available to buy at the MOMA Store.