Fashion’s latest show-in-a-book came from Loewe, in a collection unveiled Saturday that revolves around the work of Joe Brainard, the New York artist noted for Pop Art, subversive comic books and faux religious collage.
Black culture encountered British classicism again at Wales Bonner, where the leitmotif this season was the poetry of Derek Walcott, the Nobel Prize winner born on the small Caribbean island of Saint Lucia.
Not many designers can ever boast that they have entered a second half-century of career, but Sir Paul Smith can, and did, this week – celebrating with a remastered menswear collection of many of his greatest hits.
There's a new frontrunner in the race to buy Topshop, Topman and Miss Selfridge with Asos being suggested as the lead contender on Saturday evening, which could mean the chances of saving any stores are slim.
Maybe we should rename Paris as Tokyo on the Seine; or greater Shanghai, or even suburban Taipei? In a fully digital Paris menswear season, videos by Asian designers stood out for their energy, ideas and audacity.
The founder of shirts specialist Charles Tyrwhitt said business “fell off a cliff” last year as stores were forced to close, consumers reined-in spending and worked from home so his products stayed on the rails.
The fashion retailer has revealed a new long-term growth strategy that aims to transform its Aerie brand into a $2 billion business over the next two to three years, while also reorganizing its brick-and-mortar network.
According to LaunchMetrics, the looks worn by the U.S.’s first female vice president at this week’s Presidential Inauguration stirred up significant interest around Christopher John Rogers, Sergio Hudson and Pyer Moss.