We appreciate rosa mosa and their simple and artistic products Salzburg born Simone Springer and Yuji Mizobuchi from Kyoto are the designers behind this label. They met and began collaborating while studying Footwear and Accessory design at the Cordwainers college in London. rosa… Continue Reading →
We’re big fans of Instagram at the Collection (by the way, our Instagram is here!) because it is such a great source of visual inspiration. Not only can we keep up with our favourite designers but we just love seeing… Continue Reading →
My heart missed a beat when I discovered Zanat earlier last year… and I’m delighted to be selling a part of their collection. The Story of Zanat “It takes a tremendous amount of history to make even a little tradition.”—Henry… Continue Reading →
L’Atelier des Sens, who organise cookery classes and culinary events have just opened a new location in Lyon. Interior architect, Marie Eugenie Cisternas, chose our wallpapers by Deborah Downess to add that special touch to this great space.
Have you every wondered how the everyday objects around us are manufactured? ‘In The Making’, curated for the Design Museum by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby, addresses this question by capturing twenty four objects mid-manufacture.
At the Collection, we love collaborating with talented designers. Marina Vandel, who graduated from the Saint-Etienne School of Fine Art is a young French illustrator with a huge talent. She has designed projects for Fragnonard, Anthropology, The Little Fashion Gallery,… Continue Reading →
For the second in our series of interviews with designers, Corinne Hellein, very kindly replied to our questions.
We are thrilled to annouce that Coco Hellein will be presenting their new collections and collaborations in a pop-up shop at the Collection during November.
Whilst we were in London recently, we visited the From Club to Catwalk: London Fashion in the 80s exhibition at the Victoria & Albert museum. The exhibition explores the creative explosion of London fashion in the 1980s. It features the… Continue Reading →
A few photos of the Little Owl Design showcase…