One cannot fault Dunhill’s designer Mark Weston for lack of ambition. He paired very disparate cultures and concepts in his latest show – from Japanese 90s design to British tailoring to inside out fabrication.
Eyewear giant Marcolin has named Alessandro Beccarini as its Style & Product Development Director with responsibility for the management and development of all the group’s eyewear collections worldwide.
Resale e-tailer Poshmark has unveiled its plan to file for an initial public offering, although few details are available at present. It operates in the US and Canada and has attracted a number of celebrity investors.
All about cultural and conceptual diversity in Milan on its final Sunday afternoon, at three very contrasting shows, albeit by two brands with similar names – MSGM and MM6 – and a third with uber wide-ranging origins.
Few designers have had as remarkable a career as Giorgio Armani. His unique fashion history was the subject of a hagiographic video that preceded the presentation of the latest collection by Italy's most famous designer.
As it launches its AW20 collection, online, e-store The Bias Cut has revealed a total rebrand, including a new, more streamlined, logo, website design and packaging. And the company said early results are strong.
Struggling UK footwear giant Clarks could be about to strike a deal to sell a stake to a private equity company. And the sale could mean the end to more than two centuries of majority ownership by the founding family.
Boohoo Group announced the results of its independent review into its UK supply chain on Friday and while company failings were highlighted, it was generally well received and the firm’s shares surged.
Tomorrow Ltd, the London-based brand consultancy, has announced a major new link-up with Colville, the brand founded by former Marni design director Molly Molloy and ex-British Vogue fashion director Lucinda Chambers.