The Paris menswear season was all about Asian influences with a quartet of designers from that continent making dramatic stylistic statements Saturday, midway through the first season for men’s fashion entirely online.
The struggling British fashion and accessories brand, which is closing its Paris and Hong Kong offices, is reportedly also on the verge of discontinuing its ready-to-wear and footwear licences from Spring/Summer 2021.
Few fashion organizations have had a busier spring than the Fédération de la Haute Couture et de la Mode. FashionNetwork.com met with Pascal Morand and Séverine Merle to discuss Paris' upcoming digital menswear fashion week.
Global affluent consumers are beginning to question their consumption of luxury goods in the wake of the coronavirus crisis, but the Chinese are still very pro-luxury, even though they're demanding sustainability too.
LVMH Group brand Dior has just opened a flagship store in the heart of Paris’ luxury shopping district, on the corner of the streets Saint-Honoré and Cambon. The boutique measures 900 square metres and has five levels.
A strong and coherent image, a good international and online presence, and a certain agility have allowed designer labels to establish their success. This has proved a winning formula but it could evolve with Covid-19.
The department store retailer has reportedly informed the landlords of its full-price namesake locations and its off-price Nordstrom Rack stores that it will only pay half of its occupancy costs for the rest of the year.
Schiaparelli kicked off first the ever fully digital Paris haute couture season on Monday with a film which concentrated on its couturier, Daniel Roseberry, since he was marooned in New York throughout the lockdown.
The luxury sector is concerned that there are too many exclusions from the list of countries that don't have to quarantine when arriving in England, including China, the US, Russia and Middle East states.