One of the abiding mysteries in luxury is the far greater ability of Paris brands to outperform their venerable, respected and often very classy London rivals. Dunhill may be about to become a significant exception.
Four global finalists were revealed at the New York semi-final competition for the seventh International Woolmark Prize held. Three Americans and an Australian will join eight Asian and European designers.
The General Assembly of the Fédération de la Haute Couture et de la Mode (FHCM) – French fashion’s governing body – on Thursday re-elected Ralph Toledano as President of the Federation for an extended four-year term.
H&M remains the most popular fashion brand globally with Zara, Adidas, Asos and Nike also in the top five of brands consumers are searching for, while French luxury labels are performing strongly, new figures show.
Longchamp, the famous French leather goods and bag brand that recently brought Kendall Jenner on as its brand ambassador, will stage its first formal runway show during a major catwalk season in New York this fall.
I-am-chen from Hong Kong, Angel Chen from China, Yohei Ohno from Japan and Youser from South Korea were on July 6 revealed as the winners of the 2018/19 International Woolmark Prize semi-final for the Asia region.
A successful Farfetch collab and work to boost its luxe edge helped Burberry's Q1, while a move to more frequent, exciting drops alongside a September runway collection hitting stores in February are key for the future.
The German label will host a runway show in New York for the first time, celebrating its 40th anniversary and revealing the new image shaped for it by Niall Sloan, the brand's creative director since last year.
The winners of the International Woolmark Prize Europe semi-final were named on Tuesday and told Fashion Network about their hopes, concerns and excitement about business, Brexit and what winning could do for them.