A Fossil She Isn’t: SLA’s Laura Pike-Seeley

Fossil is an unlikely name for a retailer that caters to the young and fashionable, but the Texas-based firm has parlayed its design ethos into a brand known for its trendy clothing and accessories (especially watches). Recently, Fossil caught the eye of Janine Vangool, editor of UPPERCASE, which publishes books and a quarterly magazine for those it calls “the creative and curious.”

Intrigued by how Fossil nurtures creativity within its ranks, Vangool turned, naturally, to the firm’s librarian, SLA member Laura Pike-Seeley. In an interview posted on the UPPERCASE blog, Vangool asked Laura about the contents of the library’s collection, the how designers at Fossil use the library, and how the library contributes to the firm’s culture and design sense.

To read the interview with Laura, click here.

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