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Harriet Kilikita

9 posts  |  Last entry Oct 15, 2018

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Somnex | The Sleep Show: Five relaxing highlights

Somnex is the first ever exhibition dedicated to sleep-health, showcasing new products and tech innovations from over 120 companies from the sleep industry. Here are five sleep products that stood out from the crowd on our visit.

Get to know L., an ethical take on personal care

Embracing a more outward-facing approach to self-care, consumers are looking to brands to align with their ethics and values, and give something back. Enter L., a subscription service for organic tampons, pads and condoms that send products to girls and women in need.

ecoBirdy: The new brand that’s out to make circular design cool

ecoBirdy creatively upcycles plastic toys into distinctive, recyclable furniture for kids, and runs a school programme that introduces children to the concept of circular design and sustainability. WGSN's Lifestyle & Interiors team reports.

The AllBright: Designing all-women spaces

Women-only co-working spaces are becoming increasingly important, as female entrepreneurs look for opportunities to collaborate and socialise. WGSN toured The AllBright, London's all-women members' club.

Pre-pregnancy health: FertileGirl is opening up conversation around fertility

Products designed to support women's life stages are on the rise. WGSN's Harriet Kilikita profiles a new food brand that's stepping in to make a difference.

How Moon Cycle Bakery is redefining periods

A new subscription food service is out to reframe how women think about their time of the month, with help from brownies that relieve cramps. WGSN's Harriet Kilikita reports

New product Circa wants you to ditch the alarm function on your smartphone

Get to know Circa: A new crowdfunded sleep aid that is helping people switch off and have a better quality night's sleep. WGSN reports

Food meets art: Feast your eyes on Brittany Wright’s new book

Meet food artist Brittany Wright who offers up beautifully curated shots that tell a story about our food habits, from ingredients to finished meal.

Drink your star sign at Brooklyn’s hot new bar, Mood Ring

The Millennial obsession with astrology and spirituality is inspiring a range of new businesses including new Brooklyn bar, Mood Ring