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With my triangle radar on alert ALL THE TIME I have been spotting people around London with an amazing bag for a while but hadn’t managed to find out where it was from. I was in Selfridges the other week when the triangle radar flagged up again: I had finally found the bags! Designed by Issey Miyake, the collection stems from the idea of “shapes made by chance”, which are innovative shapes that transform according to...

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Small town girl in the big city – sounding a bit like a song here, cringe! My first week as a ‘Londoner’ has been pretty great. I’ve been a bit snap happy and I thought I would share some of the photos with you guys. So what have I been up to for the past 168 hours? I learnt about 3D Printing at the Science Museum: I saw some 3D printing in action at Selfridge’s...

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After posting about the Festival of Imagination window displays and discovering that there was also a shop full of weird and wonderful things, I was excited to have the opportunity to go back and visit the Imaginarium at Selfridges in London: I guess that the ‘Imagine Shop’ is kind of like a toy shop for big kids (adults with imaginations). After visiting a 3D printing exhibition at the Science Museum, I was so excited to see...

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It’s no secret that Selfridges has some of the best and most photographed window displays in the world. As a creative I am always inspired by them, but when I read about Selfridges Festival of Imagination I was SO excited! ‘Imagination’ is mostly associated with being a child, having crazy ideas and being a dreamer, however for some grown ups it’s very important to continue exercising their imagination skills: creatives! Without imagination, the world would be a...

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A bus and a train journey later, I arrived in London for 30 hours of excitement and inspiration. I tried to take a photo every hour/when something interesting happened to show you what I got up to on my adventure: Friday 8.00am – Beautiful blue sky at the bus stop 10.00am – Train time. Waving goodbye to the countryside! 12.00pm – Interview time – Great feedback and advice, thanks Louis! 2.00pm – Popped into Scream...

© Natasha Nuttall | February 2020