The British Fashion Council has just announced a new initiative aimed at promoting its designers: ‘London Collections: Women’. Starting 18th June, the programme will bring together all the pre-collections available for order from buyers.
He’s been out of the spotlight since his collaboration with Ungaro ended in 2009, but Colombian Esteban Cortazar, one of the most talented young designers around, still has his supporters. The proof? He’s re-launching his eponymous label with the support of Net-a-porter.
Shoemaker Steven Madden Ltd's quarterly profit failed to surpass analysts' expectations for the first time in more than two years, as the expansion of its private-label business continued to weigh on margins.
Dior's autumn-winter 2012 collection is showcased in this film by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin. Starring Daria Strokus, Melissa Stasiuk and Xiao Wen Ju - and La Galerie des Glaces at the Château de Versailles.
Escada is considering launching a menswear collection. The rumour has been circulating for the past year but this time the label’s boss and former leading figure at Hugo Boss, Bruno Sälzer, has confirmed that prototypes are being tested.
Marni's spring-summer 2012 collection features a line of bags made in woven nappa lambskin in three different colours. For a glimpse into the manufacturing processes and authentic, artisanal Italian craftsmanship behind the new accessories, take a look at this video.
The Scottish label is launching a capsule collection by the artist Liam Gillick and reviewing its retail concept. It continues to work on refocusing on the brand's quintessence and its knitwear, and will show at London’s menswear fashion week in June.
The online retailer and London-based brand have collaborated on a capsule collection of nine womenswear items to be available in May both online at Asos.com and in-store from B Store – a first for the online retailer’s products.
The 150 million euro initial public offering of Italian cashmere specialist Brunello Cucinelli had already been subscribed two times over on its second day, three sources close to the matter said on Tuesday.