The British Fashion Council (BFC) has released a provisional line-up for London Fashion Week (17-21 September) with headliners including Victoria Beckham, Erdem, and JW Anderson among the 100-plus confirmed designers.
The Temperley London label has faced some tough times in recent periods but following a major strategy review, it’s focusing on the future and has linked up with e-commerce platform Global-e as of Tuesday.
Brexit is killing British fashion and action must be taken as bureaucracy and travel issues since the UK left the EU have caused big problems, according to an open letter signed by 400 sector luminaries and creatives.
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.
Temperley has been through some tough times in recent years and experienced a "significant downturn" in trading due to the impact of Covid-19 this year. But a new positioning and strategy is key to its fightback.
Temperley's auditor has cast doubt on its ability to continue as a going concern in its latest accounts, but its CEO said it's looking forward to breaking even this year and being profitable next year.