Partnership Editions: Affordable, accessible art

Partnership Editions is quickly becoming the go-to platform to buy accessible and affordable art. Increasingly offline, we spoke to founder, Georgia Spray, to find out about how live activations and events are helping her to build both brand and community.

Crack the buying code: What’s the next paperbag trouser?

The final instalment of a crack the buying code series, discover how the paperbag trouser became a key item, and how it will evolve for future seasons.

Coloro: Who colour coded Christmas?

With the festive season fast approaching we are seeing our neighbourhoods, homes and shopping windows flourish with the yearly themes of red, green and glittery gold. But where did these colours originate from?

Makers movement: Elm. founder talks ceramics, process and personalisation

Handmade products are having a moment. None more so than ceramics – with pots and plates striking the balance between beautiful, personal aesthetics and practical use. WGSN caught up with Paige Mitchell to talk inspiration, process and the appetite for handmade, artisan products.

Mexican craftsmanship and design is having a moment

At WGSN, we’re placing real emphasis on Mexico as a key country for design and inspiration. we interviewed young Mexican artist, Melissa Avila to find out more about how the country is shaping the global design landscape.

Crack the buying code: What’s next for frill seekers?

For the third instalment in our Crack the Buying Code series, we look at the ruffle blouse – a tried-and-tested item throughout fashion history.


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