Dior went into full court press in the first 48 hours of Paris Fashion Week – unveiling its new Cheval Blanc spa, feting its Dior Home and Kids creator Cordelia de Castellane, and unveiling a Miss Dior floral pop-up.
The designer staged his second runway show as the creative director of the brand in a minimalist decor in the Bois de Vincennes, where he unveiled a contemporary reinterpretation of the house's iconic codes.
Paris’ big debut this season was Charles de Vilmorin at Rochas, the current enfant terrible of French fashion. He made his Wednesday debut with a striking fashion statement, each ensemble radically juxtaposed.
Saint Laurent reconnected with the opulence of Paris Fashion Week at its show on Tuesday evening, revealing a sumptuous collection allowing women to oscillate between chic exuberance and radical freedom.
Following Sacai's Chitose Abe, it's the Belgian designer's turn to take charge of Haute Couture at Jean Paul Gaultier for a season. His collection will be unveiled at the brand's Parisian headquarters in January 2022.
Shareholders in British fashion and sports retailer Frasers Group on Wednesday backed a new executive share scheme that could earn chief executive designate Michael Murray £100 million ($137 million).
Two French designers closed the first day of Paris Fashion Week with disruptive yet traditional collections on Monday. Weinsanto offered Alsatian theatricality, while Marine Serre opted for a contemplative video.
Leave it to Maria Grazia Chiuri to invent a new take on her feminist fashion with an intensely sporty, hyper graphic Dior collection for next spring, unveiled Tuesday in Paris, the first full day of Paris Fashion Week.
Footfall across all UK retail destinations rose week-on-week in the latest seven days (19-25 September) and was particularly welcome on three important fronts. It was the first rise registered in the past four weeks.
There were many warnings and they seem to be coming true. When the UK ended the tax-free shopping perk for tourists, it was feared international tourists would shun Britain. A new survey suggests they’re doing that.