2019 was a year of fun accessories and curated product edits, according to the Asos Retail Report, which looks at the most popular products on the online platform to determine the standout moments of the year.
Modern dressing may be more casual than ever, but there’s still a place for tailoring and on Sunday, that place was on the Wales Bonner catwalk, as tailoring met 70s-inspired casual for a new spin on Lovers Rock.
Luxury consumers are embracing the concept of resale and only a tiny 16% feel there’s a stigma in wearing pre-owned items. That’s according to a study conducted among 400 affluent consumers in the UK, US and France.
The boss of Harrods said the retailer is “well placed to take advantage of” the younger shopper who wants “to have really great quality beauty” and is upbeat about the chances for the firm’s new beauty chain.
Italian outerwear maker Moncler said on Thursday it had launched a carbon-neutral down jacket made with plant-based fabrics, reflecting luxury customers’ increased interest in environmentally friendly products.