Sugar and spice and everything nice, that's what little girls are made of - and so are their toys, or so we are led to believe. With an increasing amount of gender stereotyping plaguing children's playtime, Katie Aske considers if there is still such a thing as a unisex toy?
By Katie Aske
The quintessential English trait of sartorial elegance combined with an icon of 1960s swinging London makes for an unique business concept. Andrew Adebowale pays a visit to the company that is taking Savile Row to the people via scooter.
By Andrew Adebowale
The Re-Nate project, a fashion-lab dedicated to re-using and re-forming items, held their first meeting at the MòMò Republic restaurant and wine bar in Rome on 10 November. Cristina Fei went behind the scenes to explore how creativity can give a new look and style to worn-out accessories.
By Cristina Fei
What sound do your facial features make? Scientists from the University of Western Australia can tell you with their new invention, iDNAtity audio, an app that makes music from your genetic code. Is this technology a potential business or just a novelty?
By Cristina Fei
Emerging designers are not only battling to win the attention of buyers and editors, but they are also fighting to bankroll expensive showcases. Semmi Woldeyesus speaks with the masterminds behind The White Space about their desire to support young designers and their decision to set about establishing a far less crowded platform in comparison with the standard runways.
By Semmi W.
Greece has experienced extensive economic turmoil and devastating unemployment rates in recent years, steadily carving out an uncertain future for the country. But today, Greek youth are taking it upon themselves to turn the Mediterranean country's ill fate around with their creative mindsets.
By Flo Mills Lyle