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This bi-coastal collaboration between Southern California-based contemporary furniture brand Lawson Fenning and Brooklyn-based  MQuan Studio brings together the best of their specialisations. 

The Fragile Future III collection by Studio Drift combines nature and technology to create art.

Summer is here, but as many of us are still spending it in lockdown, there is no better time to consider improving and updating our outdoor spaces. 

We don’t feature a lot of men’s fashion here but we loved the painterly feel of this collection by Dior men’s Artistic Director Kim Jones for Dior's spring/summer 2021 season.

Australian studio Heliograf's Light Soy lamps mimic the fish-shaped soy sauce bottles called Shōyu tai (醤油鯛) found in many sushi shops. Lighthearted on the face of it, the design is in fact a commentary on the damaging effects of single-use plastic. 

The City Calendar by Katsumi Tamura highlights landmarks of major cities to create a colourful, three-dimensional pop-up diorama. 

It has been a while since we’ve written about dollhouses (you can have a look at other more minimal versions here and here) but this one by Louis Vuitton was way too adorable to pass up.

Island Atelier

It's one part of the body that is flattering on everyone, so it's no surprise that designers highlighted the shoulder for fall with asymmetrical shapes and statement touches that draw the eye toward the face. 

Much new design over the last few months has focused on the ways in which we can adapt our public spaces and businesses to the new realities of pandemic life like the creative use of screens and barriers to maintain social distancing and hands-free taps and handles to eliminate the need for us to come into contact with surfaces. Plato Design’s Alessandro Mattei and Caterina Naglieri have instead chosen a different path and during lockdown sought a way to stay creative while promoting independent production. 

There is a trend towards toothbrushes made from bamboo and sustainable materials, but the Xiaomi Doctor Bei Bass toothbrush instead focuses on design and ingenuity.

This contemporary, cylinder-backed armchair is by Waka Waka, a Los Angeles based studio that specialises in wooden furniture and functional objects.

Spanish studio MUT Design has created a new type of outdoor rug by interweaving ropes of different sizes together.

While living in the British Virgin Islands, one of our favourite things to do on a weekend was to escape from the relative hustle and bustle of Tortola to the quiet, luxury of Little Dix Bay Hotel on the neighbouring island of Virgin Gorda. 

The incredibly tactical Maria chair from Studio Parade is an updated riff on the Brabant button chair.

Rather than removing a metal wedding ring, married couples appear to be opting for rubberised versions instead.

The Little Nest suspended cradle by Oszkar Vagi is made from felted wool intended to form a cocoon around an infant.