The men’s collections for next summer presented in London, Milan and Paris blended streetwear and couture in a new mix, laid-back yet sophisticated, for an easy-going, highly wearable fashion to be enjoyed outdoors.
So many good things to report from online women’s fashion retailer Sosandar Tuesday. For starters, it was a strong year of revenue growth, accelerating every month in Q4, and it saw a “substantial” gain in core earnings.
The reopening of non-essential shops in much of the UK on April 12 and workers back in their offices mark a big step in the return to normality. It seems that key product categories are likely to benefit.
With the UK back in lockdown, its fashion shopping choices continue to be coloured by social restrictions and working from home. New figures from LovetheSales show that stay-at-home clothing is still striking a chord.
Uniqlo's Japanese owner on Thursday said operating profits were higher than pre-pandemic levels in its Q1, boosted by China's resurgence and strong demand for stay-at-home clothes like jogging pants and loungewear.
In the year that loungewear became a massive trend, it seems that the category is also affecting party season fashion choices, a new report says. And House of Fraser has launched a collection with the trend in mind.
Cosy, comfortable clothing and accessories are hot sellers with England back in lockdown but office and party looks have plummeted. Meanwhile, consumers are choosing quality premium pieces but shunning ultra-luxury.
In the latest step in the development of Karl Lagerfeld into a fully-fledged global brand, the house will launch an underwear collection this Friday, and the fashion marque has teamed up with Zalando for its kick-off.
Loungewear, active clothing, lingerie and swim are key focuses for consumers under lockdown as they seek comfort while working (and working out) at home and also look forward to post-lockdown holidays.