Posts tagged "shopping"
Snapshots from Merci, Paris

Snapshots from Merci, Paris

Here follows a series of snapshots of the shop Merci in Paris by Kristina Dryza.
Crowd sprouting in Stockholm

Crowd sprouting in Stockholm

Sturegallerian opens first crowd sprouting store in Sweden
- impressive discounts on exclusive shopping when Swedens first “group buy” store opens. In the midst of global financial turmoil where many retailers have taken a blow Sturegallerian, a leading premium shopping destination in Stockholm, Sweden, introduces its own ”crowd sprouting” shop. Monday May 4, the store Together...
New bulletin - I shop therefore I am

New bulletin – I shop therefore I am

I’m proud to announce the new David Report bulletin called “I shop therefore I am”. In this issue we are looking into the world of consumer culture from different point of views; ethical, social, political, economical and humanistic. Shopping has turned into a lifestyle. We consume as leisure and a way to pass time. But...

Shoptalk by FutureDesignDays

Shoptalk is a series of sessions on tomorrow’s retailing and beyond by FutureDesignDays. These Shoptalks will take place April 2 in Malmö, May 15 in Stockholm and May 22 in Borås, Sweden. I will be one of the participants in the panel debate at the Malmö event. Book your ticket by clicking the link above,...

Future Shopping exhibition

Some time ago I wrote about the seminar Future Shopping which I moderated during the Stockholm Furniture Fair. Here follows a couple of images from the exhibition that was part of the Future Shopping project as well. If you read Swedish, or would like to look at some images of the student projects, you can...

Lifestylebazaar in London

Lifestylebazaar is a London based design shop passionate for beautiful things and for creating beauty within a desired space. They offer decorative objects, china, glassware, lighting, art works, contemporary furniture and accessories, many from young designers from across Europe. Lifestylebazaar is also featuring an exciting new range of mens and womens clothing and accessories. Worth...

World’s best concept stores

The on-line resource luxuryculture.com with the vision “sharing the art of living well” brings in their latest issue forward 16 of the world’s best concept stores. Among familiar ones like Milan’s Corso Como and Paris’ Colette you can read about the cool Restir shop in Tokyo and The Corner in Berlin. Don’t forget to check...

Buy Nothing Day

Tomorrow November 24th is the international Buy Nothing Day (November 23rd in the US). More than 65 nations around the globe are involved. The first Buy Nothing Day was organized in Vancouver back in 1992 and has subsequently been promoted by the Canadian Adbusters magazine. The describe the Buy Nothing Day like this; “it isn’t...
Is shopping a solution to human suffering?

Is shopping a solution to human suffering?

Buy Less Crap started the other day as an reaction to the RED campaign founded by Bono (as I wrote about here a couple of month ago) and they offer people to donate directly to RED’s beneficiary The Global Fund among others without consuming. Buy Less Crap brings forward that shopping is not a smart...