Maybe it’s all the talk and tweets about who has the biggest nuclear button between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un? For one overriding trend in London Fashion Week Men's (LFWM) this season was Survivalist Chic.
Think of this coming weekend in London as a Double Hitter Twelfth Night. Both to celebrate the epiphany and kick off London Fashion Week Men’s, a four-day feast of some 50 events - shows; presentations; and lock-ins.
Supermarket results aren’t always exciting for anyone interested in fashion but with the Sainsbury’s Tu range grabbing market share and launching new range extensions, this is one supermarket that can’t be ignored.
Debenhams is bringing a curated fashion and beauty offer to Australia with its first standalone stores there in a deal with Pepkor. It is opening smaller-format stores and offering plenty of exclusives.
Traffic was moderate but the mood ebullient at Pure London, the fashion trade show which this season focused on interplanetary travel, exotic ethnic designs and techy sportswear. The three-day show ended Monday night.
Two graduate fashion designers will have the opportunity to be mentored by British designers Oliver Spencer and Henry Holland as part of a Tu at Sainsbury’s partnership with GFW, the organisations said.
As an official sponsor of Graduate Fashion Week, TU at Sainsbury’s has teamed up with fashion designer Holly Fulton to produce a limited-edition tote shopper to support the British charity organisation.