LFW has announced its provisional line-up for February and while many in the industry had hoped that the fashion week and tradeshow season might be closer to normal by then, it’s clear that those hopes were premature.
Zalando is the latest fashion e-tailer to broaden its luxury offer with the German company adding new high-end brands, such as Roksanda and Marchesa, and expanding its Victoria Beckham and Moschino assortment.
Just when one thought that you’d expire from the lack of any new fashion in London Fashion Week’s debut digital season, along came Tiscar Espadas, Xander Zhou and Ka Wa Key with some genuinely new clothes.
London Fashion Week (LFW) on Tuesday unveiled the calendar for its debut digital-only season this coming weekend, with the opening event kicking off on Friday morning; a season devoid of any life runway shows.
More details are emerging about the events that we will see during the newly digital London Fashion Week from Friday with Mount Street offering behind-the-scenes footage of some of its best known names.
The British Fashion Council (BFC) has revealed the names of the first 37 designer brands to receive financial support from its Covid-19 crisis fund, that include Charles Jeffrey, Craig Green, Richard Quinn and Roksanda.