Delving deep into our store window displays, exclusive launches, designer Q&As and more, the Conran Shop Journal is the prime place for our most important news, events and product launches. Seek inspiration and learn more about the most iconic designs and their makers, exciting new season highlights and behind-the-scenes access to our parties directly from the home of iconic designs and future classics.
We take a look at the newly refined Conran Shop at Selfridges, which has doubled in size and now encompasses pieces from our extensive furniture and lighting collections.
We look into the annual Paris Design Week party at our Rue du Bac store, which kicked off this year’s Paris Design Week celebrations.
For LDF19, The Conran Shop plays host to a series of exclusive and limited-edition designs. We’ve delved deep to discover a little more about each design.
Turn formerly blue Mondays into the cobalt of your dreams as Conran Blue takes centre stage at The Conran Shop. We explore the history of the vibrant hue and its connection to The Conran Shop
With LDF18 around the corner, an exciting transformation has been underway in our flagship Chelsea store. Discover more about our first-of-its-kind collaboration with Pinterest and the exclusive collaborations we have on show.
Our favourite time of year has arrived. Find out how to get the most out of our exclusive events and launch parties this year for London Design Festival.
We spoke to Carl Hansen & Søn to learn a little more about its collaboration with Hiut Denim Co., and how together, they are transforming Danish design icons.
With LDF18 just around the corner, we spoke to Scott Rogers, Pinterest’s Creative Director, to discover a little more about the game-changing collaboration.
Featured in the windows of our Marylebone store for London Design Festival, we spoke to Hiut Denim Co. to discover more about the collaboration with Carl Hansen & Søn and its rich history.
The Conran Shop takes a special guided tour of Carl Hansen & Søn’s UK showroom nestled in the heart of Clerkenwell, the epicentre of London design.
Unauthorised reproductions of classic designs can no longer be sold.