From Maison Kitsuné to L’Exception, Archive 18-20 and Yves Saint Laurent, many Parisian fashion labels and stores have introduced a café area, the latest being A.P.C., opening its café from November 20 to January 31.
The app designed to inform customers about the environmental and social commitments made by fashion brands is soon to launch on app stores. Formerly called Clothparency, it has now settled on the name Clear Fashion.
Kanye West is launching a fashion incubator to foster new talent in the industry, awarding the first grant to Maisie Schloss, a Chicago-born Parsons graduate and former member of the Yeezy womenswear design team.
Coal Drops Yard, the major retail development that opened next to London’s King’s Cross Station last autumn, has announced a mix of globally known and local labels that will open there by this summer.
Kiev-based ready-to-wear brand Ksenia Schnaider has partnered with one of the most important players in the international denim scene – ISKO. The duo have created a collection of eco-friendly designer denim for women.
Chitose Abe is opening a pop-up store with Sarah Andelman on Rue de Richelieu from 12 February to 9 March, offering her label's latest collection, as well as collaborations with brands including A.P.C. and Petit Bateau.