Stephen Bayley
Stephen Bayley is a renowned author and outspoken commentator on modern culture and design; and former Chief Executive of the Design Museum in London. His latest books, Woman as Design: Before, Behind, Between, Above, Below and Cars: Freedom, Style, Sex, Power, Motion, Colour, Everything, will be published in the U.S. by Octopus Books USA in November 2009.

Bayley writes for numerous publications including: The Daily Mail, The Times, The Observer, The Spectator, The Los Angeles Times, High Life, New Statesman, The Independent, and GQ. He appears frequently on radio and television and lectures at museums and universities around the world. His numerous books include Design: Intelligence Made Visible with co-author Terence Conran, published by Conran Octopus. He lives in London.

Entries by Stephen Bayley

How to design yourself

(0) Comments | Posted February 3, 2014 | 9:46 AM

Dating is a little bit like fighting a war or running a business: initially, a power struggle; eventually, defeat or victory. But the difference between battles or take-overs is that, if dating goes well, everyone is happy.

Still, you need weapons in a battle or a take-over and you need...

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Sisters, Unhook!

(2) Comments | Posted October 5, 2009 | 10:22 AM

One strange week in September Germaine Greer, the Martha Stewart of orthodox (not to say reactionary) feminism, invited the planet's women to crash my website by sending photos of their "unsupported breasts". The plan was to disabuse me of my alleged sexist idealism about shape and size by confronting me,...

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