Catwalk fatigue already? With just one city down, industry insiders can't run out of steam just yet. Enter WGSN's wellness survival guide to help you navigate the rest of the season with self-care in mind.
Sep 13, 2018 | By Sarah Owen
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The London Design Festival is one of the biggest highlights on the design and interiors calendar. With so much going on across the British capital, WGSN is on hand to make sure you see the very best LDF has to offer.
Sep 09, 2018 | By Sarah Housley
Arbor, founded by Alex Carpenter, celebrates the creativity of homeware products, honest materials, a connection with the environment and the combining of both traditional and modern craft techniques.
Sep 05, 2018 | By Alexei Cowan
Campfire, a global network of shared spaces founded in Hong Kong, has just opened a brand new co-learning concept in Tseung Kwan O for parents and kids alike. WGSN's Associate Editor Nicole Hurip reports.
Aug 15, 2018 | By Nicole Hurip
Wellness hubs are moving away from the traditional spa experience of set, structured menus to a new offering of immersive experiences combining mind and body. WGSN’s Becky Stevenson took a trip back to her hometown of Stamford to check out one of the latest hubs on our beauty watch list.
Aug 14, 2018 | By Rebecca Stevenson
WGSN's Nicole Hurip meets the co-owner of The Slate hotel in Phuket, a design focused luxury resort inspired by Phuket’s tin mining history.
Aug 13, 2018 | By Nicole Hurip
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.
Aug 09, 2018 | By Harriet Kilikita
As consumer demand for sustainable, ethically-sourced products heightens, here at WGSN we’re dedicated to highlighting the opportunities this challenge presents across the board. A shift towards …
Aug 08, 2018 | By Anupreet Bhui
The Goods Mart is a new wellness-oriented convenience store stocking snacks, prepared food, small household items, toiletries and sundries, all free of hormone disruptors, antibiotics, growth hormones, pesticides, nitrates, and GMOs.
Aug 02, 2018 | By Allyson Rees