As trade shows and fashion weeks spring back into their physical forms, the British Fashion Council has announced the revival of London Show Rooms, which returns in a new collaboration with White Milano.
The continuing pandemic, visa rules and vaccinations unapproved by U.S. authorities prevented European editors from attending New York Fashion Week this season. But we caught up with four key designers online.
Thrust into the limelight after winning the LVMH Prize, Dojaka has been picked by N°21’s creative director to design a capsule collection alongside Alfredo Cortese of AC9, a chance to showcase her style and personality.
The pandemic may be a long way from being over, but they are parading down the catwalks in New York this week. Uber sunny in mood and attitude, designers appear to be longing for a return to a new normalcy.
Etro has appointed Fabrizio Cardinali as its CEO, effective in Q4. The company said he brings “more than 25 years of strategic leadership expertise and an unmatched track record in the luxury fashion space”.
Manolo Blahnik is the latest luxury name to link up with The Restory on a repair service as the concept of restoring luxury goods, rather than throwing them away and replacing them, becomes increasingly popular.
The collection, available starting September 10 in select Gucci stores and on Gucci.com, falls under Gucci Décor and is comprised of three different lifestyle verticals: Stationery, Games and Travel & Leisure.
The event, which closes Paris Fashion Week on October 5, will unveil a tribute collection designed by AZ Factory, as well as a series of looks conceived by more than 40 designers from a wide variety of backgrounds.