The first impulse on viewing the DSquared show on Sunday may have been to yell “yee-haw”, but the obvious Western references weren’t the be all and end all of the label’s new full co-ed collection.
When it came to Prada, it was almost a case of what’s old was new at the label’s AW18 menswear show on Sunday. And it may have been mainly about menswear, but there was plenty of womenswear on show to give those of us who find menswear hard to get excited about something to look…
Stores may be under pressure but they’re still the key way retailers communicate with consumers. And the pop-up is one of the best ways to do this, especially when you’ve got an unusual concept to sell.
Is it really that time already? You know, that moment when you’re bored, you casually glance at Vogue Runway to see if there’s a straggler SS17 or Resort 17 collection among all the Tbilisi Fashion Week shows and Bridal Fashion Week shows. Then you see it. Those words. Pre. Fall. 2017. Aaarrgghh.
There was one particularly interesting bit about New Look’s results announcement yesterday (ok two, given that it’s expanding even further with menswear-only stores and had some stuff to say about Brexit). The thing that really made me sit up was what it said about global trends and social media.
Spanish fashion giant Mango had big news Thursday announcing its move from a fast fashion business model to an even faster fashion one and an increased focus on the digital channel. The company said today that it’s going to offer new product every two weeks as part of a business transformation that it’s calling a “major…
Say what you like about celebrity fashion ranges but there’s one thing you can’t fault about them – they really get people excited, not only about buying fashion, but also about queuing for hours in the cold to buy it. I had trouble negotiating my way down Regent Street, London, this afternoon. The queues for the Idris Elba collection launch spread down and across the street outside Superdry’s flagship store.