The Design 100 (Time Style & Design: The Design 100)

Great design is no longer reserved solely for museum-worthy products, as multitasking designers turn their attention to everything from books to artisanal food, and from lighting to transportation

Transportation (Time Style & Design: The Design 100)

This year planes, trains and automobiles make moving around the world faster, greener and more luxurious

Architecture (Time Style & Design: The Design 100)

Imagination and innovative engineering are the key ingredients for these dramatic structures going up around the globe

Artisanal Food (Time Style & Design: The Design 100)

Plastic honey bears and cheap chocolate bars have been upstaged on grocery shelves by sleek packaging and organic ingredients

Hotels (Time Style & Design: The Design 100)

From the reinvention of a New York classic to the floating Manned Cloud blimp, the hospitality industry is a locus of new design

Retail (Time Style & Design: The Design 100)

More than ever, fashion and design stores are becoming necessary global manifestations of a particular brand's stylistic DNA


Combining Old World materials with new technologies, illumination has become fertile ground for design innovation

Multitaskers (Time Style & Design: The Design 100)

Six ambidextrous designers who are transforming everything from household first-aid kits to far-flung hotels

Fashion Classics

Some designs surpass seasonal trends and are an indisputable part of the fashion vernacular



Star Power (Artifact)

Both on and off the court, Converse Chuck Taylor All Stars have become a part of the pop-culture pantheon, loved by fans with a penchant for casual cool

Créme of the Crop (Icon)

Kiehl's may be global now, but it hasn't strayed from the simple, efficacious products that made it famous

Prints Charming (Luxury Source / Fabric)

The famous Italian printmaker Ratti is the secret weapon of luxury designers in search of originality and flair

Luxury Source (Luxury Source / Fabric)

Beautiful home wares and innovative fashions start with raw materials. Now two venerated textile producers are sparking new ideas in the market


Shanghai (Navigator)

Tumi designer David Chu reveals his personal list of places to shop, eat and unwind

Tangerine Dream (Right This Minute)

Shades of citrus are ripe on the runways. It's the go-to hue this summer


The A List (Notebook)

Colorful and one-of-a-kind pieces are dominating design this spring. Here, the hottest items from stores around the globe