Most people's budgets are being squeezed these days, but some have found a creative solution to satisfy their undiminished appetite for stylish interiors: they turn to students for help.
As the economy heads south and unemployment north, many people consider going back to school to beef up their credentials or learn a new trade.
The eyes of the fashion world were on Washington this week where the Inaugural festivities provided an opportunity to showcase the work of America's famous as well as lesser known designers.
Proving that returning students have the potential to become successful designers, six women won multiple awards in a statewide student contest sponsored by the Maryland American Society of Interior Designers.
Over 500 leading corporations have been awarded the 2008 Good Design prize for the highest standard and innovative product design.
Despite job losses mounting in these tough economic times, the design sector is projected to grow dynamically in the next few years.
An international lingerie manufacturer has started off the New Year by launching a global young designer competition.
Modern design is constantly evolving and changing, creating and recreating itself, and innovating and recycling techniques and elements in cycles and stages. In such a changeable environment, staying on top of what's new and relevant in design is especially important.
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It is no secret to many that music artist Kanye West is no stranger to fashion, and now he will be showing his new collection during Paris Fashion Week later this week, according to the Elle Magazine.
Teenlike.com, an ongoing online competition for young home decor designers, announced its second winner. Brandon Dover of Apply Valley, California, was this year's winner, as he created an abstract pen and inkwork design for a bedspread.