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BP&O Collections — From the United Kingdom

 

John Lewis Childrenswear by Charlie Smith Design, London

 

Designed in the UK – John Lewis Childrenswear by Charlie Smith Design, London

 

Husler & Rose by Post, London

 

British Design – Husler & Rose by Post, London

 

Here East by dn&co, London

 

Designed in the UK – Here East by dn&co, London

 

David Rowland by ico Design, London

 

British Design – David Rowland by ico Design, London

 

Paco Rabanne by Zak Group, London

 

Branding for French fashion label Paco Rabanne by Zak Group, United Kingdom

 

Jealous Sweets by B&B Studio, London

 

British Package Design – Jealous Sweets by B&B Studio, London

 

YO! by Paul Belford Ltd, London

 

British Brand Identity Design – YO! by Paul Belford Ltd, London

 

Belle Epoque by Mind Design, London

 

British Design – Belle Epoque by Mind Design, London

 

Tangent GC Soap by Carl Nas Associates, London

 

British Design – Tangent GC Soap by Carl Nas Associates, London

 

Hertiage: A User’s Guide by Bond, London

 

British Design – Hertiage: A User's Guide by Bond, London

 

GRAS by Graphical House, Glasgow

 

British Design – GRAS by Graphical House, Glasgow

 

Aman by Construct, London

 

British Design – Aman by Construct, London

 

Vocation Brewery by Robot Food, Leeds

 

British Design – Vocation Brewery by Robot Food, Leeds

 

Flamingo by Bibliothèque, London

 

British Design – Flamingo by Bibliothèque, London

 

Goldsmiths, University of London by Spy, London

 

British Design – Goldsmiths, University of London by Spy, London


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