Fashion supply chain trade show Pure Origin has become the UK’s largest sourcing event. The show, which runs parallel to Pure London on 17-19 July at Olympia London, will feature 20 new ‘Country Pavilions’.
Rwandan designer Moses Turahirwa presented his unisex label Moshions in Florence on Thursday, garnering praise for his fascinating approach to draping and his use of both African and Italian craftsmanship.
On Wednesday evening, the Florentine menswear show’s guest of honour staged a dizzying 40-year swoop across her career by showcasing over 40 iconic looks, making up an unprecedented, highly relevant collection.
UK trade show Pure London has formed a trend partnership with international style agency Promostyl. The event, which returns to Olympia London on 17 July, will stage three trend presentations across the three days.
As the Florentine show’s special guest, the British designer chose one of the Medici’s most ancient palazzi to unveil a collection at once lavish and subtle, cleverly hybridised by a variety of cultural influences.
The pioneer of Italian-made denim is expanding rapidly and treating itself to shoots by photographer Bruce Weber and a grand party at Palazzo Vecchio to celebrate its 70th anniversary during Pitti Uomo.
The men’s fashion fair is back, gathering 682 brands in Florence starting this Tuesday. Wales Bonner, Ann Demeulemeester and Soulland will participate as guests of honor. Ukrainain designers will also enjoy a showcase.
The Premium and Seek tradeshows in Berlin return as physical happenings next month but are retaining a strong digital element via wholesale management platform Joor to become fully hybrid buying events.
Stella McCartney’s Future of Fashion exhibit is launching at the Salone del Mobile furniture fair in Milan on Tuesday. It will run until 12 June and comes as the fashion label moves into the interiors arena.