African fashion is this month’s headline act, notably championed by Balenciaga and Virgil Abloh, with Friday’s Parisian show organised by Africa Fashion Up, and Afro Fashion Week scheduled in Milan on September 23-26.
Milan's women's ready-to-wear fashion week will once again be taking place via a phygital format. The event runs from 23 February to 1 March and will feature 61 shows, including big-name brands and new arrivals.
Five designers from the Black Lives Matter in Italian Fashion collective will kick off the show programme for the next Milan Fashion Week Women, set to start on Feb. 23 and chiefly staged in digital format.
Available via an official site and a dedicated Amazon shop, the debut merch collection includes t-shirts and tanks as well as accessories like baseball hats, socks, a drawstring bag and a rainbow sweatband set.
“We must forge ahead, adapting to the situation,” was the motto of the Italian fashion industry’s main institutions on Tuesday, inaugurating a Milan Fashion Week thin on visitors but aiming for a 20-million e-audience.
Instead of leading in fashion education, Paris has historically dawdled behind its greatest rivals. Though that seems very likely to change, and quickly, thanks to a major new project launched in Paris with the IFM.
Women’s lifestyle brand FabFitFun has launched FFF Live, a series of videos airing every day on the brand's Facebook page, in an effort to promote seasonal sales and expand the subscription box service's audience.
The NYC-based brand has announced a collaborative window display to be unveiled in seven global stores to celebrate the launch of the first retro graffiti-inspired collection in a series of limited-edition capsules.
Spa skincare brand Bliss is undergoing a complete rebranding. The relaunch will introduce new natural product and pricing, and roll out through new retail partnerships with Target and Ulta, as well as through e-comm.