Walpole British Luxury Awards 2018 | Creative Collaboration
Today we unveil the nominees for Creative Collaboration, in association with LetsBab, which is awarded to the British luxury brands who have come together to create something unique.
A new award for 2018, we are delighted to recognise dunhill x Hole & Corner; Farrow & Ball x The Rug Company; Jancis Robinson x Richard Brendon; Jo Malone London x Huntsman; and Royal Ballet x Erdem, and you can read below why each of these brands has been nominated for 2018.
dunhill x Hole & Corner
Hole & Corner is a magazine and lifestyle brand dedicated to elevating craftsmanship, rediscovering traditional skills and promoting innovation and sustainability. Briefed by dunhill to provide a creative hub and launch venue for London Craft Week 2018, Hole & Corner conceived and curated the Home of Craftsmanship at dunhill’s Bourdon House.
Farrow & Ball x The Rug Company
The Complementary Colour Collection has been curated by Farrow & Ball Head of Creative Charlotte Cosby and The Rug Company Creative Director Milly Wright as an extension of the Farrow & Ball product offering. It translates its colour experience into beautiful handloom rugs made using the finest quality hand-spun yarns of Tibetan wool and silk, crafted in The Rug Company’s weaving houses in Nepal.
Jancis Robinson x Richard Brendon
The Jancis Robinson collection by Richard Brendon is the result of a unique collaboration between contemporary tableware designer Richard Brendon and world-renowned wine critic Jancis Robinson MW. The resulting collection offers a bold new approach to drinking wine: a single stemmed glass expertly engineered to offer the best tasting experience for wine of any colour.
Jo Malone London x Huntsman
A quintessentially British collaboration between Jo Malone London and Huntsman Savile Row. Jo Malone London’s first men’s collaboration brings together four refined fragrances, tailored to the modern man. Dressed for success in a distinctive bottle, decorated with Huntsman’s gold typography and a matte burgundy cap. The perfect pairing of scents and style.
Royal Ballet x Erdem
Corybantic Games was choreographed by Royal Ballet Artistic Associate Christopher Wheeldon and received its premiere in March 2018 as part of The Royal Ballet’s Leonard Bernstein centenary celebrations. The ballet features costumes by Erdem Moralioglu, his first for the Company, and was set to Bernstein’s Serenade (after Plato’s ‘Symposium’).
IN ASSOCIATION WITH LETSBAB.