Some of the high-end labels that show at London Fashion Week are using Instagram to good effect but too many of them aren't making the most of the opportunities that the social media platform offers, a new study claims.
Show over the weekend at London Fashion Week ranged from the whimsical dance-inspired, at Preen by Thornton Bregazzi, to House of Holland's tough-as-nails utilitarianism and statement femininity at Molly Goddard.
With consumers influenced by celebrity/blogger posts to buy particular products, the UK’s Competition & Markets Authority is cracking down on influencers who don’t own up clearly to whether they were paid to post.
Fur, so long associated with glamour and luxury, has lost its lustre. Over the course of the past year, many of the world's most prestigious fashion houses have announced plans to stop using the controversial material.
Counting celebrities and TV personalities such as Holly Willoughby and Jessica Alba among its clients, the Danish fashion brand is set to start a new chapter by opening its first UK store at 36 Beak Street in Soho.