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For the first time the WORTH Partnership Project will participate in the SuperDesign Show 2019 event as part of the Milan Design Week.

WORTH is the initiative funded by the European Union’s COSME programme which aims to encourage the development of innovative products in the design and fashion, footwear, accessories and jewellery, leather, furniture and home decoration sectors, through the creation of transnational partnerships between designers, traditional and digital craftsmen and the manufacturing and craft industries, supporting a total of 150 partnerships over the course of 4 years of the project.

During the world’s most important Milanese event for design addicts, WORTH will exclusively present the 25 highly innovative projects that have passed all the steps of the first call!

If you are interested, we would like you to come and visit us at Superstudio Più in Via Tortona 37 from 9 to 14 April 2019.

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Paris, France – After the amazing success of the WORTH Weekend Valencia when 85 pre-selected projects presented their innovative concepts to the worth team of Steering Board members and mentors.

From these winners the final selection has been made of the winning projects of the WORTH 2nd call consisting of 65 project proposals consisting of 150 partners from 25 countries from within Europe and COSME associated countries.

Successful partnerships have been contacted to be informed of the good news and will now progress to develop their concepts, encouraging the development of innovative products in the creative sectors, through transnational collaborations between designers, traditional and digital craftsmen and the manufacturing and craft industries.

The 65 winning projects in made up of 29 projects in the fashion/textile sector, 7 in footwear, 5 in accessories, 19 in design/home decoration, 4 in jewellery and 1 in leather, which were chosen for the exceptional quality of their ideas and partners. Accumulated by the belief that innovation can drive a major change in European industry and society, they were also selected for the high level of creativity proposed and for having succeeded in embracing the mission of WORTH: to connect, create and innovate.

Winning partnerships will now receive a wealth of support from an incubator programme valued at €60,000 including international media exposure, €10.000 seed money, participation in two international events related to design, a tailored-made mentoring programme, training, cross-sector collaboration and participation in networking events, professional links and much more.

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London, UK – The British Fashion Council is delighted to launch a showcase of British brands during Shanghai Fashion Week March 2019 and to host a series of events with key industry partners to celebrate British design talent in market. The project is part of the British Fashion Council’s China Partnerships Strategy, launched last September in Shanghai with Ambassadorial President David Beckham, which aims to solidify the organisation’s commitment to making access to the Chinese market easier for British designer businesses by supporting talent through networking, content and access partnerships and business support.

Roksanda and Peter Pilotto will be spearheading the trip with the launch of a standalone showroom within Chinese fashion trade show Ontimeshow from Thursday 28th to Sunday 31st March. The trip will support the brands’ business development in-market and the designers will have the opportunity to meet not only with key retailers from China and the wider Asian region but also media, stylists, key opinion leaders, creative industry influencers and high-net worth individuals.

The British Fashion Council’s aim is also to leverage presence and opportunities within the Chinese market more broadly in order to ensure the longevity of the organisation’s work for the British fashion industry within the region. The legacy from the March 2019 activation is to pave the way to involving a larger number of designers with the support of new and existing commercial partners. The British Fashion Council will also celebrate British designer businesses that are already in market with an event on Friday 29th March at The Middle House. British-based designer businesses in Shanghai hosting catwalk shows include Jamie Wei Huang, Minki, Xu Zhi and Jenny Packham who will close the official Shanghai Fashion Week calendar while ASAI, DANSHAN, Feng Chen Wang, Gayeon Lee, Linda Farrow, Marta Jakubowski, Teatum Jones and Xiao Li will all be part of showrooms or events.

Caroline Rush, CEO British Fashion Council commented: â€œChina has always been an important part of our strategy. Last year we relaunched our China Partnerships Strategy as there is an increasing appetite from British brands to have a presence in market and vice versa. We are delighted to collaborate with Ontimeshow to bring Roksanda and Peter Pilotto, two hero brands of LFW to Shanghai. We hope this is only the beginning of a long-term partnership which will benefit British fashion brands and help them penetrate the Chinese market.â€�

Yeli Gu, Founder Ontimeshow said: â€œWe are very honored to cooperate with the British Fashion Council to provide British designers with personalised display space and quality buyer resources. This is a very important step to promote the professionalism and internationalisation of Ontimeshow.â€�

The British Fashion Council would like to thank the Department for International Trade for their support towards this activation.


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WORTH was so proud to hear the amazing news that some of our 1st call winning partners were included in The Brooklyn Fashion + Design Accelerator’s list, ‘23 Women Leading the World of Fashion Technology’.

The list celebrates the increase of female forces within the fashion technology industry, demonstrating how integral hey are to the future of the sector as a whole. They rounded up a list of women who have made serious contributions to the world of smart textiles and the integration of textiles and technology; showing that without the work of these women, the industry wouldn’t be where it is today.

Included in this list were WORTH partners Mika Satomi and Hannah Perner-Wilson of Kobakant who is in a partnership with Maurin DonneaudZoe Romano of Wemake who is in a partnership with Ejtech and Kristi Kuusk of Spell Disain who is in a partnership with Pambu LTD + Kerstin Zabransky.

The Brooklyn Fashion + Design Accelerator (BF+DA), a Pratt Institute initiative, is a hub for ethical fashion and design that provides design entrepreneurs, creative technologists and industry professionals with the resources they need to transform their ideas into successful businesses, and for example you can go to online sites to shop for designer lingerie designs that are great for this.

BF+DA is based around their Venture Fellow program, which aims to help founders of fashion, accessories, home, and technology companies grow their business responsibly. They do this through providing assistance with mentorship, financial advice, brand, sales, marketing and sustainable strategies as well as the organization of events to encourage sharing and social networking.

See how they could help your business reach the next level of success through their website here

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We would like to share some amazing news regarding WORTH 1st call winner Geneviève Levivier of A+Z Design whose Eggshell Tapestries were chosen to be a part of the new “Brabant Wallon Talent 2018â€� and was admired by the king and queen of Belgium.

The event was held at the Château de Jodoigne, the new “Talents du Brabant Wallon�, where Geneviève’s work was exhibited and was presented during the official launch of the event.

Geneviève personally met their Majesties Queen Mathilde and King Philippe of Belgium, in attendance were also Belgian Sovereigns, the Governor of Brabant Wallon Province and the aldermen.

Geneviève states ‘Her Majesty Queen Mathilde was particularly sensitive to the innovative techniques of craftsmanship and sustainable economy used in my textile work, whether for tapestries or stoles in limited series. His Majesty King Philip also appreciated the Eggshell circles that he found particularly refined. What an unforgettable encounter!’

Her work will also be exhibited during the Milan Design Week 2019 in the exhibition â€˜Belgium is Design’ organized by WBDM / MAD/ Flanders DC, with her new innovation utilising wood. She will also be having an upcoming solo exhibition this spring.

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Paris, France – This morning on the start of the Paris haute couture fashion week in Paris, the French fashion house of Lanvin announced the appointment of Bruno Sialelli as its new Creative Director. The house has declared this as “marking a pivotal new direction in the storied Parisian brand’s modern evolution“.

After a long and thorough search, Sialelli stood out for the modern and dynamic eye that he envisions for Lanvin. In his pitch to obtain the coveted post, he highlighted the “integral elements of Lanvin’s DNA” while explaining his intent to simultaneously carve a new path to success for the house.

“We’re thrilled to welcome Bruno as the new Creative Director of Lanvin,â€� says Jean-Philippe Hecquet, Lanvin’s Chief Executive Officer. “His singular and very personal vision, his audacity, his culture, his energy and ability to build a strong creative team definitely convinced us. I can’t wait to discover Bruno’s first collections which will fully bring back to life this beautiful and unique fashion house, and once again inspire a passion among our customers.â€�

Sialelli is currently the Menswear Designer Director at Loewe, where he reported to J.W. Anderson. Prior to that appointment, he gained valuable experience in the trenches as the Pre-collection Womenswear Designer at Balenciaga. There he worked directly under both the legendary Nicolas Ghesquière and Alexander Wang. Later he joined Acne Studios as Senior Womenswear Designer, and then at Paco Rabanne. It is his effortless talent for moving back and forth from menswear and womenswear that may have tipped the scales in his favor.

Of his appointment to the coveted post, Sialelli declared in a statement, “I am delighted and honoured to join Lanvin, a house founded by a visionary woman who among the first French couturiers dared to offer a global universe with a very wide field of expression. Bringing emotions through compelling stories and defining a modern attitude are going to be exciting challenges in continuing this legacy.â€�

Joann Cheng, Chairman of Fosun Fashion Group, which acquired Lanvin last February, commented on this appointment, â€œWe are excited to see the dynamism that will be brought to this great house through the complementary combination of Bruno’s creative talent with Jean-Philippe’s energetic and singular corporate direction.â€�

§About Lanvin: Lanvin is a French fashion house founded in 1889 by Jeanne Lanvin, who created a particular style – a complete world of elegance and refinement. She loved culture, surrounding herself with artists and rising stars from many different fields, leaving behind an exceptional cultural legacy. Today, her famous codes such as her original work on colours, on contrast, on duality, on couture details, continue to be identifiable throughout the different Lanvin collections.

About Fosun Fashion Group:The Fosun Fashion Group was created to manage Fosun’s current portfolio of fashion assets including St John Knits, Caruso, Wolford, Lanvin and Tom Tailor, as well as invest in additional global flagship brands to leverage the momentum in the Chinese consumer market. The Fosun Fashion Group team is comprised of operating and investment professionals with vast experience investing in and operating multinational brands.  The Fosun Fashion Group believes that long-term value can be created through a variety of strategic initiatives, including brand building, new product development, strategic alliances, entry into new channels and marketing.

BTS’ video for ‘Dynamite’ smashes YouTube viewing records
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BTS, ‘Dynamite’

BTS have been breaking records for a while now. The boy group’s latest achievement, though, is with their new single, “Dynamite�, and the accompanying video, which premiered on YouTube August 20.

In fact, BTS have demolished two of YouTube’s previous records with “Dynamite�: first, it scored the most concurrent viewers of all time, and then the most views in the first day of itshellip;

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John Carpenter says he’ll be involved in a new reboot of The Thing
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John Carpenter

The legendary filmmaker and composer John Carpenter has confirmed that he’ll be involved in a proposed reboot of his 1982 cult classic The Thing. 

The director broke the news in a virtual interview that was part of Fantasia Film Festival, which began on Thursday (August 20) and saw him honoured with this year’s Lifetime Achievement Award.

Specifically, Carpenter revealed that he’s been talking about the reboot with Jason Blum, founder andhellip;

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Bethlehem residents stage a pop-up exhibition in tribute to Banksy
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Banksy exhibition Bethlehem

“Banksy always surprises us and today I want to surprise him,� says Yamen Elabed, the organiser of an exhibition in tribute to the artist, which went on show earlier this week in Bethlehem.

Featuring photographs of 20 Banksy artworks from across the city, the exhibition – which aimed to show thanks to him for spotlighting the city with his work – was collated by Palestinian photographers and exhibited in Manger Square.

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Ai Weiwei releases a new documentary about lockdown in Wuhan
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Ai Weiwei

In a new documentary, Ai Weiwei explores the Chinese government’s response to the coronavirus pandemic, focusing specifically on the city at the centre of the outbreak, Wuhan, which was locked down in January this year.

Remotely directed by the artist and filmed by residents of the Chinese city as they lived through the lockdown, the film – titled CoroNation – features eerie, apocalyptic shots of thehellip;

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