Emerging and sustainable designers will get a chance to shine at London Fashion Week from Friday with major brands such as Burberry, Victoria Beckham and Vivienne Westwood either absent or sticking to digital formats.
As the New York shows wound down, three designers—Prabal Gurung, Bach Mai and Claudia Li—looked to their respective upbringing and the families and friend left behind in their different homelands and hometowns.
However deep the freeze came over New York Monday morning, great fashion warmed plenty of hearts on this chilly day at fashion week. Three designers showed plenty to love about their collections and spirits.
As shows plowed through the weekend, Brandon Maxwell, Beckett Fogg and Piotrek Panszczyk of Area, Sergio Hudson and Joseph Altuzarra all paid tribute to the female muses that inspired them in one way or another.
Olivier Rousteing has agreed to become the “fashion godfather” of Istituto Marangoni in Paris in 2022, creating a privileged collaboration between the artistic director of Balmain and the fashion college.
Privé Revaux on Tuesday announced the promotion of company president George Schmidt to the role of general manager, coinciding with the appointment of Maureen Cavanagh to the role of chief operating officer.
As retailers continue to campaign against the UK's changes to VAT-free shopping rules, new analysis from GlobalData claims Britain will lose its top spot in the European ‘duty-free’ market as spend falls 70% by 2025.
Global eyewear specialist Mondottica International Group has announced a “comprehensive” company rebrand with a new monochrome logo, “a striking eye avatar and a new impactful house style using sans serif Gotham font”.
LVMH, which took full control of the eyewear company in December, has appointed Alessandro Zanardo as its new CEO. Zanardo has worked for eyewear giant Luxottica and has had extensive international experience.