As well as the increasing numbers of brands shunning the traditional fashion week timetable for unisex catwalk shows or see-now-buy-now collections, there was a considerable amount of reshuffling amongst the top ranks.
Franca Sozzani, editor-in-chief of Italian Vogue, has died aged 66. Widely respected, the always-smiling Sozzani had been at the helm of the magazine for 28 years and turned it into a creative powerhouse.
London's mayor Sadiq Khan appointed former EU Trade Commissioner Peter Mandelson to a panel advising on Brexit, which also includes the City of London's policy chief and the head of the London Stock Exchange.
The French childrenswear group has confirmed the departure of Pablo Badia, who served as the director of its Spanish and Portuguese division since 2013. He has been replaced by Manuel Ildefonso, who leaves Kidiliz Group.
The Richemont group, currently under the helm of British designer Clare Waight Keller, is reportedly interested in Louis Vuitton designer Natacha Ramsay-Levi, a key member of Nicolas Ghesquière's team.
The Finnish group, owner of Salomon, Arc'teryx, Atomic and Wilson, is continuing its management reshuffle. Armin Fuchs, in charge of central Europe since 2014, has been appointed to lead the company's EMEA region.