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In response to the suffocation of three newborns resting in baby slings last year, children's advocates and designers are rallying against the use of similar devices.

After a two-year design process, German safe manufacturer Dottling has announced the release of a home safe created by fashion icon Karl Lagerfield, the Los Angeles Times reports.

Online designer Rpgshow.com, a purveyor of lace wigs, has announced the success of its first fashion show.

Despite a series of setbacks, design work has finally begun on a trail that will connect a series of Civil War landmarks in Lynchburg, Virginia.

InVisage design has announced that its engineers are working to perfect an innovative technology that could improve photo quality on camera-ready cell phones, TechNewsWorld reports.

Although it can't be worn on the red carpet or lay the foundation for a skyscraper, the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York has declared the @ symbol an example of outstanding design and architecture by adding it to its collection, the New York Times reports.

Potato chip lovers may soon be able to lessen their guilt after snacking, as one company has announced it will begin using a healthier form of salt.

A student from the Royal College of Art in London has been named the winner of the Brit Insurance Design of the Year for his foldable electric plug, BBC News reports.

Couturier Elie Saab will attempt to take his creations from the red carpet to ocean waters with a new superyacht design, CNN reports.

Representatives from the University of Akron and the Defense Metals Technology Center (DMTC) have announced five finalists in their Student Titanium Bridge Design Competition, which will award scholarships to individuals who are pursuing degrees in architecture, engineering or design.

A student at the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) has developed an electronics charger that could prevent unnecessary power usage.

By Jason Segarra

The University of Florida College of Design, Construction and Planning will play host to a series of guest lecturers representing leading professionals in the planning, architecture and industrial design industries next week.

By Martin Manoy

Students are being asked to lead the way in environmentally progressive technologies, as a series of new competitive grants from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency tasks aspiring designers with tackling the problem of sustainability in emerging and established economies.

By Jason Segarra

A graduate student at the University of Houston may have created one of the world's cheapest and greenest computers of all time – one made out of cardboard.

By Jason Segarra

Rickard Hederstierna, a design student from the Lund institute of technology in Sweden, is the newest winner of the prestigious Electrolux Design Lab Competition.

By Laura Salinas

Render Demo Design Studio is an organization dedicated to providing sketching tutorials and other industrial design-related education materials to students. In an effort to encourage students to practice their design skills, it is sponsoring a contest to create designs for sneakers.

GreenBiz.com together with Net Impact and Steelcase are offering the Steelcase Sustainable Design Scholarships to attend the 2009 Greener by Design conference.

Shopko announced that it won a design competition for its new prototype store built in Suamico, Wisconsin, last year.

An institute that specializes in issuing green certifications has experienced an increased growth in applications, and projects that the trend will continue.

A newly launched project aims to make four major U.S. cities leaders in energy efficient building construction.

Winners have been announced in an international industrial and product design competition which focused on creative ways of recycling old household items.

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Kanye West to perform during Paris Fashion Week

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.

Second designer chosen for home decor competition

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.

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