It” Brit designer, Paul Smith, has come up with a novel way to encourage Londoners not to litter as part of the Design Museum’s Super Contemporary Exhibition at Covent Garden Piazza in London.
The just unveiled five-foot rabbit rubbish bin is best described as a “throw your trash into the bunny basket” carnival-like game (though it’s not rigged). No one stands next to the receptacle yelling “step right up!” and, thank God, there isn’t anyone guessing your weight! But it does light up whenever garbage is deposited. Score!
You don’t win a cheap stuffed animal if you make the shot (and you better make the shot!). Three dunks in a row doesn’t equal the huge, top-shelf prize. And, no, you won’t have a goldfish in a Ziploc to take home. But you will be doing the right — and apparently, now stylish — thing!
Sadly, at the moment, it’s just part of an art exhibit, but we could totally see one in front of Topshop! and really hope next time we hop the pond the sidewalks are rabbit ridden.
In 1987 Smith opened his first shop in New York, 108 Fifth Avenue. The international growth of his business began and most famously in Japan, where his British designs have been particularly popular,[citation needed] while he expanded into three adjacent stores on Floral Street. A converted town-house in Notting Hill, London opened in 1998 and is now his flagship shop, with the company’s operational heart remaining between Nottingham and London. In 1998 Paul showed his first women’s collection at London Fashion Week, the women’s mainline collection continues to this day.
Most recently[when?], within the last 2 years, Smith has opened shops in Dubai, Bangalore, Leeds, Antwerp, Los Angeles and another shop in London, in addition to a brand new warehouse building in Nottingham.
Smith remains fully involved in the business, designing clothes, choosing fabrics, approving the shop locations and overseeing every development within the company.[citation needed] Paul Smith also has impressive[vague] and diverse showrooms in London, Paris, Milan, New York and Tokyo.
The success of Smith’s business may be attributed to his understanding of his dual roles of both designer and retailer; the success of his designs to his combination of the classic and the quirky. and which allows men to buy relatively traditional (and hence commercially popular) designs that offer a ‘twist’ of individuality.
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