After a tame opening week in New York, a hyper efficient season in London and some fireworks in Milan, Paris, again, claimed the honours with the majority of the great collections. Here’s our ranking of the top 20 shows.
The Spring/Summer 2018 Fashion Week which drew to a close in Milan on Monday, dazzled with its energy and, amidst fashion show performances and glamorous events, revealed an ultra-feminine silhouette on the runways.
In a brilliantly conceived homage, Donatella Versace commemorated Gianni’s 20th anniversary – the gentleman passed 20 years ago – on Friday with a collection remembering his moments of glory and not his cruel ending.
Frequently sizzling, often sensual and highly saleable, the collection seemed like an ideal way for Tom Ford to re-conquer America, as NYFW grapples with the departure of many of its young stars to show in Paris.
UK-based department store giant Debenhams battled a weak clothing market in the year to August 27 but strength in categories like beauty (especially premium make-up), gifts and swimwear carried it through.