The designers who made the cut include London-based UK labels "A-Cold-Wall" by Samuel Ross, and Charles Jeffrey's "Charles Jeffrey Loverboy," as well as the US-based brand "Eckhaus Latta" by Zoe Latta and Mike Eckhaus.
UK and North America-focused jewellery giant Signet is planning to close over 200 stores as it announces a three-year Path to Brilliance 'transformation’ plan and faces an increasingly tough market for its US stores.
British Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton has been unveiled as the new face of all Tommy Hilfiger's menswear labels, further deepening the brand's ties to motor racing following the launch of its Mercedes deal.
Britain's 3rd-biggest company will scrap its London headquarters and make Rotterdam its legal home, in a blow to Theresa May's government ahead of Brexit. The move may also impact its continued inclusion in the FTSE 100.
The jury for the Young International Designers' Festival (Le Festival des Jeunes Créateurs de Mode), which takes place in Dinan, from April 13 to 15 for a third year, will be presided over by designer Frank Sorbier.
Acne is reportedly up for sale and Carven on the look out for new investors. Add to this the recent announcement of Piquadro's potential acquisition of Lancel, and the fashion and luxury sector looks set for a shake-up.