The label opened Milan Fashion Week Men's beautifully on Friday, with a film revealing a collection that is simultaneously minimalist and hyper-sophisticated, with pieces that can be easily mixed and matched.
Two decades after he first began creating for Aspesi, Lawrence Steele has returned to helm the house, and unveiled his first new ideas for the Italian label with a family-and-friends photoshoot by Vanina Sorrenti.
The Spring-Summer 2022 men’s fashion week scheduled from June 22-27 in Paris will feature six physical shows, including those by Dior and Hermès, plus the Jacquemus show on June 30, to be staged near the French capital.
The Italian influencer/entrepreneur has completed the purchase of 45% of TBS Crew’s share capital from the Morgese and Barindelli families, becoming sole owner of the company behind fashion platform The Blonde Salad.
Christian Dior’s creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri just staged a magisterial metaphysical fashion show and cruise collection in Athens on Thursday night. So, we caught up with the Roman-born designer.
A long-running trade dispute between the UK and the US that hit export sales of luxury goods has been suspended until 2026. UK luxury goods industry body Walpole welcomed the agreement, calling it “fantastic news”.
After its first set of results as a listed company this week, news has emerged that two senior executives are leaving Dr Martens and that it's also trying to find a suitably durable vegan leather to use for its boots.
The UK’s luxury department stores continue to add new brands to their line-ups and the latest addition is Good American, which this week launched a brand-new space in Knightsbridge luxury mega-emporium Harrods.
Fourteen international markets and counting. Primark has opened its first Czech Republic store in Prague as the value fashion and lifestyle retailer continues to expand its footprint across Central and Eastern Europe.
It’s being billed as a £10 million ‘trailblazer’. Sports Direct is reopening its flagship store on London’s Oxford Street following a major refurbishment with a “modern, innovative, and sleek new look".
Eyewear specialist Inspecs reported results for last year on Friday with plunging revenues and a net loss, although the company highlighted its “positive momentum in 2020 creating a strong platform for growth in 2021”.