Aspinal of London has added to its Midi Mayfair bag offer with new colours. That in itself may not be huge news, but it’s another sign of the importance of two of today's biggest influencers, both of them royal.
Last week-end, at the Atelier Richelieu in Paris, the French luxury group brought together 80 developers and high-tech experts for a hackathon themed around software solutions dedicated to sustainable fashion.
Chanel is working on a new operation in the leather sector, and is about to finalise the acquisition of the Degermann tannery, a calfskin specialist, as Degermann itself confirmed to FashionNetwork.com.
For the past few years, cool active sport brands worldwide have been obsessed with one role model – Moncler. One other brand carving out new territory on the apparel map is Rossignol, the nec plus ultra of Alpine skis.
Following the inaugural edition of the Fashion Trust Arabia Prize this year, the organization has revealed its program for 2020, announcing the addition of an advisory board and a new award for young talent.
The French Haute Couture and Fashion Federation has created the position of manager in charge of initiatives for emerging labels, appointing to the role Serge Carreira, who formerly worked for the Prada group.
Dior and Rizzoli New York publishers have issued "The Dior Sessions," a coffee table book which retraces the Kim Jones' first year at Dior via a series of shots and portraits taken by Nikolai von Bismarck.
The company set up from scratch in 2014 by luxury group Kering, the industry’s first to internalise its eyewear business, is about to top the €500 million revenue mark, and says it isn’t interested in Safilo.
Luxury department store Harrods is riding high despite a profits slip as its sales continue to rise. But its boss Michael Ward has warned that a possible Jeremy Corbyn-led government could dent turnover.