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British designer Alice Temperley has just signed up for a new collaboration, but it's not with H&M or Target. The next London Fashion Week will feature Temperley's designs for Filofax, the company that saw a heyday in the money-hungry '80s but has fallen out of style in the age of the iPhone and BlackBerry. Temperley has designed two organizers for the brand, sketches for which can be seen at right.
"As a designer, I have always kept endless note books and files to keep my ideas, sketches, scribbles, photos and personal notes in," Temperley said in a statement. "I am thrilled to create a product range which is truly unique and which I have designed to cover all my daily requirements."
· Alice Temperley for Filofax [Harper's Bazaar]
· Temperley London's Artistic Soiree [Racked NY]