Kiwi shoppers love a big television, and their desire to upsize is showing no signs of slackening as larger and larger screens are released. Samsung recently showcased two products aimed at integrating these monster tellies into modest-sized Kiwi homes.
Homewares sits at the intersection of fashion and functional design, covering everything from vacuum-cleaner robots to vases. Sarah Dunn visited the heart of homewares at the International Home + Housewares Show in Chicago.
The bigger the better when it comes to Evolution Cycles newest location; the bicycle specialist is opening a new 1,700 square-metre store in Wellington. The megastore is due to open June 8.
As part of our coverage of Vivid Sydney, Idealog editor Elly Strang headed along to Semi-Permanent Sydney to soak in some creative inspiration from heavyweights in the creative fields. One of those was none other than Nike’s vice president of creative concepts, Tinker Hatfield. Here’s
In most retail, a mixture of ‘clicks and bricks’ is required to gain the full customer experience. Courtney Devereux investigates how the rise of online shopping has affected physical adult stores, asking: is the safety of discretion preferable over a ‘hands-on’ experience?
A new Instagram called Diet Prada is making noise within the retail industry. The account with over half a million followers is used specifically to call out large fashion houses for copying each other’s designs. But how far can inspiration be claimed before it is
The grand winner of the Blunt + Idealog + Generator umbrella experiment has been announced – congratulations to Bonnie Brown of Studio Bon, who will see her design turned into a limited edition Blunt umbrella. Watch this space for details on how to buy one