Sandra Halliday

19 posts  |  Last entry Mar 11, 2018


Could ‘smart cars’ see around corners? It’s closer than you think…

A new development could see such cars able to see around corners.


International Women’s Day: Vans shows support with new campaign

Vans is delving into a little known world for International Women’s Day with a global initiative focusing on Indian female skateboarders.

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Man-bags: A key accessories trend to watch

Man-bags have hit a tipping point where they’re now mainstream rather than niche among Millennials and Gen Z.


Go With The Flaw: Diesel campaign shines ironic light on counterfeit trade

Diesel tries a novel way of marketing its brand during NYFW- genuine product designed to look fake and selling at closer to counterfeit level prices.

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Experiential, eco-friendly & ultra violet: The 2018 landscape trends are in

Experiential and eco-friendly are two of the top landscape trends for 2018, set to impact on both residential and commercial outdoor spaces.

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Muji Hotel: Brand expands into hospitality

The opening of Muji's first hotel in China is proof that it's not just higher-end fashion brands that can make an impact on the hospitality trade.

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The Gucci lifestyle: Brand opens Florence restaurant

Gucci is the latest fashion brand to move into fine dining with the opening of a 50-seat restaurant in its home town of Florence this week.

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Replacing Colette? Ex-staffers to launch a new concept store

It had to happen. Colette's senior team are opening a new concept store in Paris next week.

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Demi Lovato for Fabletics: the ongoing appeal of celeb endorsers

The industry may be continuously told that the importance of celebrity fashion lines is fading as consumers pay more attention to other influencers, but …

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Power, Woke, Statement and Floral were the top fashion words of 2017

Global fashion search platform Lyst researched across 100 different online fashion and lifestyle publications to find the top words of 2017.

From false nail phones to eyewear cameras: The new wearables are here

Wearables have moved past fitness bands into a whole host of new products from eyewear cameras to nails that work as a phone.

Luxury brands Michael Kors and Jimmy Choo adopt fur-free strategy

These brands are responding to the growing power of ethically focused Millennial consumers. WGSN's Sandra Halliday reports