London Fashion Week kicks off tomorrow, with 250 designers ready to showcase their designs to an eager audience of influential media people and retailers. London Fashion Week is one of the “Big Four” global fashion events and attracts more than 5,000 people. So, today, here’s everything you need to know about this […]
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As important as being close to the pieces, is the contact with the brain behind the projects. That’s why 100% design talks could tell us stories. Speakers such as Marcel Wanders, John Hitchcox and Kelly Hoppen were a part of this best moments that we want to keep in memory. Let’s take a look at them:
This year design conferences came to be on interior designers list of favorites moments. We have to agree! Let’s start with the main question for interior design: ” what makes a home in any state or form?”
Kelly Hoppen, one the design giants, tell us what is like to be a designer. Her work is inspired by her childhood, spent in Africa, it turns to be an important part.
For Kelly, design has a mission:
And for that, there is nothing more important than a sense of community. That is part of the design process.
The interior designer aims to create “something extra special, for everyone” and, well, the picture speaks for itself.
One of the common outputs of this 100 design talks, during London Design Festival, has to be with community concept. It isn’t about interior design trends but what really makes a home. And the answer is between this huge design community.
In this sense of community, technology is always there, and for him in a invisible way:“Technology is going to become invisible, but always present.”
In the end, 100% design, proves one more time, why is one the best London trade shows. Because the fair is not only about looking at the pieces, but actually learn and share this moments. We are already thinking about next year, what about you?