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Fabricwood Wins World Interior Award

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BERLIN: The World Interior of the Year has been awarded to Fabricwood by the Inside World Festival of Interiors at a gala dinner held at the Postbahnhof.

 

Fabricwood was developed by Produce.Workshop as an installation for premium designer furniture store Xtra in Singapore and it beat 78 finalists across nine categories to win.

 

Offices Winner:  Heneghan Peng Architects, Airbnb European Headquarters, Dublin, Ireland

 

The product combines the structure of lightweight plywood with the appearance of a terse fabric that stretches into a sail across interior spaces thanks to a traditional tailoring technique called ‘darting’. Produce.Workshop developed a ‘skin’ for the Herman Miller store that was moulded to its host – Xtra in a structure was made to resemble a tented bazaar.

 

 

Hotels Winner: Hypothesis, Ir-On Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand

  

INSIDE World Festival of Interiors brings the global design community together to be inspired by the latest innovations in global interior design and architecture. The festival’s 2017 jurors – Marie Hesseldahl (Partner, 3XN), Eisuke Tachikawa (Principal, Nosigner) and Murat Tabanlıoğlu (Principal, Tabanlıoğlu Architects) - said the design was “a fresh approach to a project.”

 

Civic, Culture & Transport Winner: Perkins+Will, Mary Rose Museum, Portsmouth, UK

 

Retail Winner: WZWX Architecture Group ROU by T HAM Concept Store, Taipei, Taiwan

 

Organisers have announced that Inside will be hosted in Amsterdam next year.

Walpole Luxury Awards

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LONDON: British luxury took the platform last night at the 16th annual Walpole British Luxury Awards. Hosted by the Oscar award-winning Catherine Zeta-Jones, CBE, it was a glittering celebration of winners that included Bentley, Chatsworth and Gucci.  (21 Nov’17)

 

The Dorchester, Mayfair set the scene for traditional and e-luxury brands amid a mingling of CEOs and creatives. Now in its 25th year, Walpole is in the vanguard of luxury brand promotion and cites the value of the sector to the UK economy at over £32 billion.

 

Walpole CEO, Helen Brocklebank said: “It’s never been more important to recognise the towering contribution British luxury makes to the UK. The brands and individuals we celebrate tonight add to the cultural and economic richness of the British Isles through regional job creation; the simultaneous preservation of, and innovation in, making and manufacturing skills; a strong focus on export and, of course, their overriding creativity, artistry and passion.”

 

 

 Catherine Zeta-Jones hosts the show

 

Walpole’s eye on the future is symbolised by the Brands of Tomorrow Award for Emerging Talent. This award was presented to Aurelia Probiotic Skincare, House of Hackney, Seedlip and Tom Raffield - all cast by the judging panel as new British brands with the potential for global success.

 

 

 

Editor-in-chief of Harper’s Bazaar and Town & CountryJustine Picardie was presented with the Lifetime Achievement Award as Harper’s celebrates its 150th birthday and Imran Amed, MBE was awarded the Leader in Luxury for his Business of Fashion and the visionary designer and craftsman and furniture maker, Mark Wilkinson OBE, was posthumously awarded the Walpole Honour.

 

 

Bentley wins Luxury Maker of the Year

 

Catherine Zeta-Jones, arrived wearing a stunning Temperley London dress with make-up by artist Charlotte Tilbury. Over 350 guests began the evening with a Laurent-Perrier champagne reception, in association with New West End Company and with afterparty at the Dovetail Agency Cocktail Club which included Glenmorangie, Gin Hub and The Lakes Distillery cocktails, and styling by House of Hackney and FBC London.

 

 

Charlotte Tilbury 

 

Winners were selected by judging panel from the luxury industry led by Michael Ward, MD of Harrods and Walpole’s chairman; Gillian de Bono, editor of FT How to Spend It; Hannah Rothschild, chair of The National Gallery’s Board of Trustees; Stefan Sielaff, design director at Bentley; Marcus Wareing, chef patron of two-Michelin starred Marcus; Henrietta Jowitt, deputy director general, CBI; and Tim Delaney, chairman of Leagas Delaney.

 

 

The 2017 Walpole Winners: 

 

British Luxury Brand of the Year
In association with Laurent-Perrier

MATCHESFASHION.COM 
Luxury multi-brand retailer

The Brands of Tomorrow Award for Emerging Talent
In association with Mishcon De Reya

Aurelia Probiotic Skincare

House of Hackney     

Seedlip

Tom Raffield

Cultural Experience
In association with LONDON Advertising

Chatsworth

Stately Home

Luxury Maker Of The Year
In association with David Collins Studio

Bentley
Luxury cars

Luxury with a Heart
In association with G.F. Smith

Glenmorangie 
For the reintroduction of native oysters to the Dornoch Firth

 

Commitment to British Manufacturing
In association with Chapel Down

Johnstons of Elgin

Scottish Cashmere

Export Excellence
In association with Reed & Mackay

Jaguar Land Rover

Luxury cars

Digital
In association with Wearisma

Farfetch

Innovative luxury retail platform

Innovation & Creativity
In association with My Love Affair

Kingsman + Mr Porter

Bespoke clothing collaboration with luxury multi-brand retailer

 

International Luxury Brand of the Year 
In association with Times LUXX and STYLE

Gucci

Italian fashion label

Leader In Luxury
In association With Thoughtworks

Imran Amed, MBE

Founder and Editor-in-Chief, Business of Fashion

 

Lifetime Achievement
In association Elite Associates

Justine Picardie

Editor-in-Chief Harper’s Bazaar and Town & Country

 

Walpole Honour

Mark Wilkinson, OBE

Designer, craftsman and furniture maker

 

 

 

The Background

Walpole is a unique alliance of 170 of Britain’s finest luxury brands, including Burberry, Alexander McQueen, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, Boodles, Harrods and Jimmy Choo. Walpole promotes, protects and develops the unique qualities of UK luxury.

U2 To Perform At Trafalgar Square For MTV EMAs

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LONDON: U2 is to perform live at London’s Trafalgar Square on Saturday night in honour of the 2017 MTV EMAs. (6 Nov ’17)

 

In turn, MTV is set to honour U2 with the Global Icon award at the EMAs on Sunday night. We will be at Trafalgar Square to capture the action and at the live show from The SSE Arena, Wembley .

Part of the multi-platinum, 22-time Grammy Award-winning band’s ‘MTV Presents Trafalgar Square’ performance will be broadcast on MTV channels worldwide during the live show from The SSE Arena, Wembley in London on Sunday, 12 November at 8:00pm

“U2’s impact on music, pop culture and social issues around the world has been tremendous,” said Bruce Gillmer, head of music and music talent, Viacom, owner of MTV. “For over four decades and counting, they’ve entertained, influenced, and inspired fans around the globe and we’re thrilled and honored to announce that they are this year’s Global Icon.”

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, welcomed the MTV Presents Trafalgar Square event and said: “London is one of the live music capitals of the world, with an unrivalled music heritage. It is fantastic to host the EMAs in our city for the first time in 21 years. I’m delighted that Trafalgar Square will host this special MTV Presents performance – an iconic venue for an iconic band. I have been saying, loud and clear, that London is open to talent, creativity and business. What better way to showcase this than one of the world’s greatest rock bands performing to Londoners from all backgrounds, for free, in the heart of our great city?”

The 7000 -person event will offer free tickets via public ballot to Londoners and fans from across the country and around the world.  The ticket ballot is now live and closes at 10pm, Tuesday 7 November.  Fans can apply for the ballot via online.  Those successful will advised at 10am on 8 November by email, with a unique code and a link to obtain up to 2 tickets per person. 

Bono, The Edge, Larry Mullen and Adam Clayton met at Mount Temple School, Dublin and formed U2 in 1978. Acknowledged as one of the best live acts in the world, U2 have released 13 studio albums and have sales in excess of 157 million. They have won numerous awards; including two Golden Globes, an Oscar nomination and the Amnesty International Ambassador of Conscience.

In 2005, U2 were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in their first year of eligibility.Songs of Experience, the band’s hotly anticipated 14th studio album – featuring tracks ‘You’re The Best Thing About Me’ and ‘Get Out Of Your Own Way’ – will arrive on 1st December on Island Records.

Former recipients of the Global Icon Award include Ozzy Osbourne, Eminem, Whitney Houston, Queen and Bon Jovi.

The 2017 MTV EMAs is hosted by global pop super star Rita Ora.

 

 

 

 

EMA Nominations Announced

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October 5, 2017 Posted in : Events

 

LONDON - The nominations are in, and voting is open, for the MTV EMA in November. Lucy Kale

Leading the pop pack is Taylor Swift who nabbed six nods including Best Video for her record-breaking “Look What You Made Me Do”. Global sensation Shawn Mendes nearly ties Swift with five nominations, including Best Song and Best Artist—the latter category featuring the two nominees going head-to-head.

Best Artist nominees Kendrick Lamar and Ed Sheeran earned four nods each, including Best Local Act for their respective home regions (Best US Act and Best UK & Ireland Act, specifically). Sheeran’s smash single “Shape of You” was also nominated for Best Song, along with DJ Khaled’s chart topper “Wild Thoughts,” Shawn Mendes’ pop hit “There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back,” Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee’s summer anthem “Despacito” remix featuring Justin Bieber, and Clean Bandit’s mega pop hit “Rockabye.”

 

The 2017 MTV EMAs will broadcast around the globe from The SSE Arena, Wembley in London onSunday, November 12 and will air locally at 8:00pm GMT.

 

Click here to see the cookie style nominations trailer a unveiled by @Bakedideas.  

 The reveal of the video was broadcast across MTV’s global digital platforms and a coalition of media partners.

 

Last week, MTV announced global superstar and Best Look nominee Rita Ora will host and perform at this year's show in London.

 

See below for the full list of nominees.

 

2017 MTV EMA NOMINEES

 

BEST SONG

Clean Bandit - Rockabye ft. Sean Paul & Anne-Marie

DJ Khaled - Wild Thoughts ft. Rihanna, Bryson Tiller

Ed Sheeran – Shape of You

Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee - Despacito (Remix) ft. Justin Bieber

Shawn Mendes - There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back

 

BEST ARTIST

Ariana Grande

Ed Sheeran

Kendrick Lamar

Miley Cyrus

Shawn Mendes

Taylor Swift

 

BEST LOOK

Dua Lipa

Harry Styles

Rita Ora

Taylor Swift

ZAYN

 

BEST NEW

Dua Lipa

Julia Michaels

Khalid

KYLE

Rag‘n’Bone Man

 

BEST POP

Camila Cabello

Demi Lovato

Miley Cyrus

Shawn Mendes

Taylor Swift

 

BEST VIDEO

Foo Fighters - Run

Katy Perry - Bon Appétit ft. Migos

Kendrick Lamar - HUMBLE.

KYLE – iSpy ft. Lil Yachty

Taylor Swift - Look What You Made Me Do

 

BEST LIVE

Bruno Mars

Coldplay

Ed Sheeran

Eminem

U2

 

BEST ELECTRONIC

Calvin Harris

David Guetta

Major Lazer

Martin Garrix

The Chainsmokers

 

BEST ROCK

Coldplay

Foo Fighters

Royal Blood

The Killers

U2

 

BEST HIP HOP

Drake

Eminem

Future

Kendrick Lamar

Post Malone

 

BEST ALTERNATIVE

Imagine Dragons

Lana Del Rey

Lorde

The xx

Thirty Seconds To Mars

 

BIGGEST FANS

Ariana Grande

Justin Bieber

Katy Perry

Shawn Mendes

Taylor Swift

 

BEST PUSH

Hailee Steinfeld

Jon Bellion

Julia Michaels

Kacy Hill

Khalid

KYLE

Noah Cyrus

Petite Meller

Rag'n'Bone Man

SZA

The Head And The Heart

 

BEST WORLD STAGE

Steve Aoki – Live from Isle of MTV Malta 2016

Kings of Leon – Live from Oude Luxor Theatre, Rotterdam, The Netherlands 2016

Tomorrowland 2017

DNCE – Live from Isle of MTV Malta 2017

The Chainsmokers – Live from Isle of MTV Malta 2017

Foo Fighters – Live from Barcelona, Spain 2017

 

BEST LOCAL ACT

BEST UK & IRELAND ACT

Dua Lipa

Ed Sheeran

Little Mix

Louis Tomlinson

Stormzy

 

Bruno Mars (US), Drake (Canada), Justin Bieber (Canada) and Kygo (Norway) are among those nominated for Best Act in their respective home regions. 

Voting is open now at mtvema.com

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