On our minds: Bright New Things

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by adakallgren on 30 December, 2015

Bright New Things is Selfridges' recurring move to promote new design talent. For the next edition, sustainability is in focus.

On our minds is Selfridges’ Bright New Things, the innovation-friendly London department store’s recurring move to promote new design talent. For the next edition launching 7th January, the platform will be supporting creators who champion sustainable practices specifically, inviting British designers of all ages to participate provided they can demonstrate a focus on environmentally friendly production as well as innovative design. And the line-up is good, including denim reworker Faustine Steinmetz, colourful knitwear designer Katie Jones and swimwear label Auria which makes bikinis out of recycled fishing nets. Read more here.

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