Design news for November

Ceramics for society “I passionately believe making with hands has therapeutic benefits that all children should be able to experience,” says ceramicist Kate Malone. This belief led her to organise FiredUp4, an exhibition and auction to raise money to build pottery studios for youth charities in the north of England. The idea for FiredUp4 was […]

Dash for London restaurant tables when lockdown ends: Tables are ALREADY booked up at top eateries on December 3 as capital pins its hopes on a return to Tier Two

‘The new restrictions coming in next week and relaxation for many businesses over Christmas, and the intentional exclusion of the night time economy within the Christmas plans, has made many frustrated and angry at the lack of consideration for people and businesses,’ Mr Kill said.

7-Eleven teams up with 8 popular Sanrio characters to launch a Mini Pouch Collectible Programme “Little Baubles of Joy”

The 3D design portable Mini Pouch is 12cm (H) x 8.5cm (W) (sizes slightly vary depending on design). It includes a zipper on the back so you can conveniently store all kinds of little essentials such as keys, credit cards, earphones, coins and small accessories, and more inside on days out. You can even turn […]

Splurge another day

It’s a similar situation in other cities. Mumbai designer Nachiket Barve puts things in perspective when he says, “Buying clothes is the last in everyone’s priority at the moment; people are stocking up on medicines and food. Fashion is supposed to be celebrated in a feel-good environment where you can step out and socialise with […]