One would be forgiven for considering this weekend’s London Fashion Week as the Last Fashion Show, as the industry braces for the very real risk of a Brexit no deal and the likelihood of a slow but sure front-row exit.
Bethany Williams, the fashion-forward London talent known for making sustainability look hip, has won the latest Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design. The Duchess of Cornwall will present the award next Tuesday.
Karl Lagerfeld has inked a new collaboration; this time with fashion entrepreneur and style icon Olivia Palermo. She will style a selection from the Lagerfeld's fall 2019 collection; and co-create some bespoke designs.
Jack & Jones chain has renewed its partnership with the Rich Energy Haas F1 Team for a second year with the brand’s logo to be featured on the team’s new race cars, the drivers’ racing suits and team personnel uniforms.
Intropia has gone into liquidation after failing to find a buyer for the struggling business. The company filed for bankruptcy in November, and on January 30, a judge at a Madrid court ordered its liquidation.
Fashion retailers Joe Browns and N Brown are linking up to extended their product offer in the homewares sector, a super category that has proved increasingly appealing to fashion specialists in recent periods.
New Look was upbeat on Wednesday as it focused on the positives in its end-of-Q3 report rather than its continuing sales fall. But it seemed justified in that view as the business is clearly improving.