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Slow beauty is the new clean beauty

How have our beauty habits changed during the pandemic? Nia Pesjak speaks to Byrdie about finding a more mindful approach to rituals and buying less.


What’s the future of dating?

As lockdown starts to ease, how will the future of relationships change? Kate Johnson speaks to the Sunday Times Style about the pre-date trend.


Can experiential retail survive?

Will the future of experiential retail truly diminish? Katie Baron tells Frame about changing perspectives post-lockdown and the need for sharing our passions with communities IRL.


Rethinking creativity: 5G meets high fashion

Saisangeeth Daswani’s latest article for SCMP’s Style outlines how luxury fashion houses are gaining traction by experimenting with digital methods.


Meet ADA: The new fashion game

Katie Baron writes for Forbes about the latest fashion game that merges together social media and fantasy to target a gaming hungry Gen Z audience.


Could antiviral fabrics take off with luxury shoppers?

Will there be a growing demand for antiviral fabrics? Emily-Gordon Smith alludes to an increased consumer demand within the luxury sector post-pandemic.


The future of post-pandemic shopping 

Emily Gordon-Smith talks about how shopping habits will change with a focus on sustainability, where people are learning to appreciate their things and cut back.


3 tips on next-gen diversity & inclusion

Saisangeeth Daswani writes for Global Cosmetics Industry about how beauty brands need to think holistically and recognise changing consumer expectations.


Trend forecasters predict a more trendless future

Emily Gordon-Smith breaks down the current role of trends, pivoting client needs and the shifting fashion landscape as the future remains uncertain.


Healthcare is food’s next frontier

As being healthy continues to be a top concern for people, Mandy Saven writes about the opportunity brands have to provide solutions that can be easily integrated via food.


When did reading books become so competitive?

Reading is becoming a marker of cultural affluence. Kate Johnson talks about the importance of books and mindful pastimes in the digital age.


The era of buying clothes with avatars

With the future of fashion continuously shifting, in a series from Vogue Japan, Katie Baron gives the lowdown on digital wardrobes and innovations in technology.

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