Harrods is on a major drive to ‘do good’, reduce waste and also to reach its Millennial target consumers in ways that are important to them. And its latest initiative certainly does all of these things.
China’s Fosun International won the bidding war for Lanvin against the Qataris this month for reasons that have little to do with money, creative vision or strategy for France’s oldest fashion maison, four sources said.
Fashion labels may be falling over themselves to court young, smartphone-wielding shoppers, but the industry's initial enthusiasm for the see-now-buy-way runway seems to be waning as brands questions its benefits.
The latest house to develop a new way of showing its women’s ready-to-wear is Mulberry, which presented on a London runway, a collection much of which it first revealed in a Paris showroom four months before.
The next London Fashion Week five-day season kicks off Friday morning; with a major drive to turns things ever more ecological; alongside a bittersweet farewell to the country’s most successful designer this century.
Lanvin staff will grill management and Fosun at a meeting on Thursday, seeking guarantees about jobs following the Chinese group's deal to buy a controlling stake in the brand, sources have told FashionNetwork.com.
China’s Fosun International and Qatar’s Mayhoola, which owns Valentino and Balmain, are competing to inject capital into Lanvin and buy control as France’s oldest fashion house looks set to run out of cash as early as...
After 10 days of menswear and womenswear shows in New York, February 5-14, the fashion world will be heading to London, February 16-20, for a new round of shows from the likes of Mulberry, JW Anderson and Burberry.