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Rebrand Roundup: Depop, BBC Radio 1 in Ibiza, Carlsberg Black Gold and other stories

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DesignStudio – Depop

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DesignStudio has rebranded online marketplace Depop with the aim of showing off the “attitude” and “confidence” of its buying and selling community. Depop, set up by the co-founder of quarterly pop-culture magazine Pig, started off as an app to buy items featured in the magazine. It has since added a selling function, and a community aspect where you can see what friends and those you’re following are liking, buying and selling. Its community is made up of stylists, designers, artists, shops and collectors, which the company describes

 

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