Pure London’s upcoming show in July will showcase over 700 brands, including sustainable labels and premium names, as well as present the opportunity to discuss the industry’s latest developments in a series of talks.
Pure London has teamed up with industry recognised colour authority Pantone Color Institute to give visitors the opportunity to learn more about the overarching theme that links its SS20 colour forecasts: The Sea.
Turkey is looking to compete internationally beyond its strong textile industry. The country has its own fashion week, premium labels and commercial potential in the West, as designer Mehtap Elaidi demonstrates.
With the EU exit deal voted down by MPs, they must now vote on a no-deal Brexit or decide on alternatives, with business left in limbo and the luxury sector dreading the prospect of a multibillion pound loss of revenue.
The news around UK retail may seem to be almost all bad but nobody seemed to have told visitors to Pure London last week with the show feeling busier than the last event and plenty of brands writing orders.
As keynote speaker on day one of Pure London, Katharine Hamnett showed she still knows how to make waves and her appearance at the weekend saw her laying into the fashion system and calling for radical change.