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FoR NEWS


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Winners announced for VM Student Awards


The winners of the VM Student Awards, sponsored by Harlequin, have been announced at Retail Design Expo 2016 in London. Students from three colleges


tackled live briefs set by Liberty, Oasis and Browns which involved designing mobile pop-up stores to contain a section of the stores’ collections in locations selected by the retailers. Dana Shestopalova of Chelsea


College of Art and Design won the competition to design an Oasis pop- up while Farida Alaulaqui of Regent’s University was the winner for the Browns pop-up store. Gabriela Gerardi, also of Regent’s


University, won the competition to design a Vera Wang pop-up store. Meanwhile, the contest to design a


pop-up concept for one of the many junior fashion brands on the first floor of Liberty was won by Kelly Wong of London College of Fashion. The prizes will consist of paid work


placements at Liberty, Oasis and Browns.


Designjunction to move to new home International contemporary


interior design show Designjunction has unveiled plans to relocate to a new long-term home in London’s King’s Cross. With the support of the King’s


Cross development partnership, Designjunction will take over the area for its flagship show during the London Design Festival from 22 to 25 September 2016. The theme of the 2016


Designjunction show will be ‘Immersed in Design’, with the move to the larger King’s Cross site marking the next chapter for Designjunction and the creation of the King’s Cross Design District at this year’s London Design Festival. Managing director of


Designjunction Deborah Spencer said: “This is an incredibly exciting time for Designjunction. King’s Cross


stands at the heart of the design and architectural community, with an inspiring cultural scene, thriving business district and strong industrial heritage. “Our choice of location is


pioneering – King’s Cross is on the brink of transformation, attracting renewed commercial interest, new development, new occupiers and regeneration. King’s Cross is fast emerging as a creative hub and we are delighted to bring one of the most influential and exciting elements of the London Design Festival to this increasingly dynamic and contemporary London destination.”


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