London Fashion Week’s final day of major shows on Monday was the latest tour around the capital, from outdoor Hyde Park art centre to East End church with stops in Mayfair, from gentleman’s club to concept restaurant.
Australia, a country known for punching above its weight in sport, literature, cinema, media, wine and the pursuit of happiness, has tended to underperform when it comes to fashion. One major exception is Zimmermann.
The British Fashion Council has released the names of nine finalists for the recently-launched BFC Changemakers Prize. Three winners, to be chosen in September, will receive a £7,500 cash prize and mentoring package.
Boohoo Group’s PrettyLittleThing has launched a swimwear campaign that goes to the heart of body positivity. It’s called ‘Swim Unfiltered’, supporting the #EveryBodyInPLT movement to combat ‘beach body’ pressure.
Fresh from launching a fashion collection with Umbro linked to the Euros football tournament, The Rolling Stones rock band has debuted a beach-related collection in conjunction with lifestyle brand Sunnylife Australia.
Gucci has been named as the hottest brand in fashion for the fourth consecutive quarter by Lyst, with the return of dressier options and styles for travel and leisure also being identified as key quarterly trends.
Paris couture is not just about dressing billionaires' wives. It’s also about experimentation, and fashionable irony, as seen in three collections Tuesday: Alexandre Vauthier, Viktor & Rolf and Ronald van der Kemp.
A moment of restrained escapism at AMI, with founder designer Alexandre Mattiussi creating a collection for a world finally emerging from Covid tentatively. Nothing tentative, however, about the brand's explosive growth.
German intimates, leisurewear and hosiery producer Schiesser has appointed London-based trade agency Concrete Concepts as its exclusive distributor, also becoming "first point of contract" for a number of related brands.
There is a great debate in fashion. Will women want elegance and sophistication when the pandemic eventually ends or will their biggest needs just be ease and comfort? Ian Griffiths of Max Mara, believes in the former.