Apple Watch meet wrist: trying on the new tech thing Paid Members Public
The Apple Watch is a pretty big chunk of cash for an unknown quantity. To erase the mental pressure myself, and generate some reassurance that I wasn’t blowing the cash, I took myself over to Brighton for a Watch try-on session last week . I was met by a nice
How the design of a Starbucks store sells Paid Members Public
Fascinating: Design is such a vital part of retail experiences.
Do you aspire to dress like a blogger? Paid Members Public
I got an e-mail from Next (the clothes and homewares people, not the conference people) earlier. This is what it looked like: Yes, Next is selling “blogger style” as a look. Is there any other industry where blogging has been so throughly assimilated into the way it operates as fashion?
Is this the future of fashion? Paid Members Public
I’ve been mildly obsessed by the work of Continuum Fashion [http://www.continuumfashion.com] since I saw Mary Huang speak at NEXT Berlin [http://nextberlin.eu/2012/05/selling-fashion-online-and-printing-clothes/] last year. In particular, their Constrvct [https://constrvct.com] service looks to me far more like the future of fashion
Pop Up People: Rethinking Our Town Centres Paid Members Public
[https://i2.wp.com/www.onemanandhisblog.com/content/images/2012/02/Dan-Thompson-talks-Pop-Up-People.jpg] Online shopping. Out of town retail. The economy. Our town centres have problems . Dan Thompson, the man behind the empty shop we used for the [Brighton Future of News journalism day](http://shorehambfongproject.tumblr.com/), and the