London Fashion Week Men’s publicity used to bill the British capital as the historic birthplace of bespoke tailoring and classy gents' brands. Instead, it has morphed into the most experimental season almost anywhere.
In every show Craig Green does the cast looks like they are on some sort of journey. Never more so than on a dank Monday morning in London, in a collection that managed to connect tailoring, sportswear and surgical garb.
A mini master-class in experimental tailoring from Hussein Chalayan on Sunday morning, a reminder that even as he celebrates his 25th anniversary as a designer this gent keeps on coming up with path-breaking ideas.
Does everything David Beckham touch turn to gold? One tends to think so after attending the latest London show by Kent & Curwen, his English heritage brand, which staged a Peaky Blinders moment this season.
After four seasons presenting on the catwalks of Milan, the Italian streetwear label led by Francesco Ragazzi has decided to take its runway show to New York for the next womenswear Fashion Week in February.
Tom Ford will bridge the city's Men's and Women's Fashion Weeks with a coed show, bringing together a program featuring debuts as well as some welcome returns, but marked by the absences of Victoria Beckham and Rodarte.
Set to take place from 21 to 24 January, Paris Haute Couture Week has unveiled an intense programme featuring a highly anticipated show from Balmain, which is making its big comeback after a 16-year absence.
Tommy Hilfiger is working on a plan to take his next runway collection to Paris. The American designer is already in talks with the Fédération de la Haute Couture et de la Mode on a suitable time slot for his show.