Welcome to our weekly edition of The Briefing, sharing innovations, news, and insights that have caught our eye. Thanks to Anne, Leah, Michelle, and David W for this week’s contributions.
‘Art, not Ads’ by W1 Curates transforming Flannels Oxford St. store into a public exhibition. A simple yet powerful way to bring internationally-renowned artists to London’s busiest street https://bit.ly/3nxZ7z1
Weekday is working with Zliide to launch a store-to-door service. More and more brands will look to tap into ‘local delivery’ tools and platforms to offer faster and concierge-style services and delivery https://bit.ly/2QCoJPj
LVMH has created a website selling its labels’ unused materials, more evidence brands are taking sustainability and the circular economy seriously https://bit.ly/3tVdAHL
Lomi by Pela believes at-home composting could lock carbon equalling that absorbed by 100m mature trees into soil. Another purposeful brand helping shape at-home behaviours for a greater good https://bit.ly/2PvBVoF
Lucy Sparrow transforms a gallery into ‘The Bourdon Street Chemist’, handmade completely in felt. Such a calming experience in these troubled times https://bit.ly/3dVoF61
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