1984/PR Insights: Fashion Week & Digital PR during COVID-19
Not being able to attend shows in real life, designers and their communication teams are scrambling to find increasingly intriguing ways to attract the attention of customers, buyers and the press alike, evaluating which digital strategies are the most successful option for the target of their brand.
Wemanage Observatory Interview #3: Germano Centorbi and Salvatore Peluso on Heritage Innovation
In the third of a series of interviews with inspiring creatives of our times, we talked to Germano Centorbi, creative director and founder of Kadmonia, and Salvatore Peluso, architect and design curator, about the launch of their latest project Heritage Innovation, and the importance of generating “living knowledge”.
Arebour Projects: Amotea’s SS21 Collection
Wemanage Group’s design and research studio Arebour has been working with Amotea's creative director Diletta Amodei through the creative development of her vision but also through in-depth research and technical support.
K-448 & 1984/PR Gazette #3: DIY, or how to experience Design
1984/PR worked with Jannelli&Volpi on a special project aimed at narrating the world of wallpapers online, through languages and tools that communicate a kind of lifestyle that has been brought back in vogue in recent years.
K-448 & 1984/PR Gazette #2: narrating objects
Bruno Latour once stated that objects are the media on which human interactions are based. Aspesi’s stores have been globally recognised as true wunderkammers that hold court of the objects that have made the brand what it is today.
Wemanage Observatory Interview #2: Savia Shah on identity and heritage
Wemanage Observatory is a project aimed at sharing insights and discoveries in key areas of the contemporary discourse, such as sustainability and digitalization. The goal of this project is to activate an experimental approach, by creating new connections through interviews with experts in the field. In the second of a series of interviews with inspiring creatives of our times, we talked to Savia Shah, the founder and creative director of e-commerce platform Third Edit, discussing self-reflections on heritage, fashion implicated in constructions and reconstructions of identity and more.