The Temperley London label has faced some tough times in recent periods but following a major strategy review, it’s focusing on the future and has linked up with e-commerce platform Global-e as of Tuesday.
Continuing its efforts to align itself more closely with consumers’ appetite for fashion experiences, the BFC has revealed the two designers who will be staging public-facing catwalk shows at LFW in February.
Department store Liberty staged its first-ever runway show on Wednesday, the event marking its first own-brand ready-to-wear collection and the first collection from its newly-appointed head of design, Holly Marler.
It’s not that long ago that Temperley London appointed a new CEO, but the luxury UK fashion firm named another exec to the top job late on Wednesday with former Max Mara exec Luca Donnini joining the firm.
Victoria Beckham retained her position as the biggest social media winner as far as fashion week mentions were concerned, but while she’s usually a big name at NYFW, this time it was London that felt her impact.
There’s a new leader at the helm of Temperley London with the company naming Sally Hughes as its CEO with immediate effect. She replaces Patricia Sancho who has returned to her native Spain after five years at the firm.