Every September, The London Design Festival encourages the design conscious to flock to the capital and witness the plethora of events, installations and major trade shows showcasing the best that the design community has to offer. The event is renowned for promoting the city’s creativity and delivering an unmissable celebration of design, and with over 350 events and more than 250 partners, this year’s programme looks to be better than ever.

This issue of Inex is bursting full of information to help you to make the most of this acclaimed annual event. Inspire presents details on the major design destinations and districts, while on page 54 a special LDF product profile unveils the best new product launches. We’d love to hear from you about your experience of 2015’s LDF – tweet us at @INEXonline and tell us about your favourite products and events.

To coincide with LDF’s trend focus, this issue is filled with trend updates and insight from the industry’s leading professionals – from bedroom design guidance from And So To Bed’s Wayne Clarke on page 28 through to a special colour focus on page 40 where Stephanie King, Senior Colour Activation Manager at AkzoNobel, shares her perspective on considered use of colour.

As always, I hope you enjoy this issue as much as we’ve enjoyed putting it together for you. Don’t forget that you can access this resource on the move via Inex’s dedicated App. Simply download for free by searching ‘Inex’ in App Store or Googleplay.

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