Gucci has been named as the hottest brand in fashion for the fourth consecutive quarter by Lyst, with the return of dressier options and styles for travel and leisure also being identified as key quarterly trends.
With Paris finally exiting the lockdown, and Parisians enjoying their city without masks, the international menswear runway season climaxes with six days of Paris shows this week, albeit within the penumbra of Covid.
The Spring-Summer 2022 men’s fashion week scheduled from June 22-27 in Paris will feature six physical shows, including those by Dior and Hermès, plus the Jacquemus show on June 30, to be staged near the French capital.
Few Scandinavian brands have had as much impact of late as Ganni, which just staged a double-header in this February’s edition of Copenhagen Fashion Week. We met the husband and wife CEO and designer to find out more.
Gucci has hung on to its most-in-demand number one position in the latest Lyst Index while The North Face had the hottest product in Q4, topping both the women’s and men’s list - a first for the index.
After an unusual 2020 strongly affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, the French luxury giant is relaunching its competition for young designers with a digital semi-final. Applications are open until 28 February.
Browns is backing Versace’s low-waist trousers for the SS21 season, as well as Bottega Veneta’s summer jumpsuit, Gucci’s flared jeans and Kwaidan Editions’ oversized blazer in the season’s hot, bright green.
There may be a consensus that stuck-at-home consumers will be buying sweatpants and other comfort clothing for the foreseeable future, but a new Moda Operandi trend report suggests the future for fashion is brighter.