Genta Ishizuka has been crowned the winner of the third edition of the Loewe Craft Prize for his work ‘Surface Tactility #11’. Harry Morgan and Kazuhito Takadoi have been also awarded a special mention.
If you want to know how the other half lives, attend a menswear runway show by the venerable house of Hermès. Like the classy, clever and hyper self-confident collection staged on a balmy Saturday evening in Paris.
The luxury fashion e-tailer Mytheresa has announced the upcoming launch of an exclusive collection of bags, shoes and accessories in collaboration with the Boyy label. The designs will be available from June 25 online.
For his third runway show for the house of Louis Vuitton, Virgil Abloh produced an inventive, clever, experimental and even elegiac collection staged with aplomb in the charming Place Dauphine on the Seine.
Takahiro Miyashita’s brand Takahiromiyashita Thesoloist returned to Paris for its second season with deconstructed formal wear, uniforms, and pop culture icons reimagined with a youthful and unique sensibility.
JD.com's ‘6.18’ shopping festival this week hit a record $29.2bn in total sales, driven by new product launches “as well as Chinese consumers’ continued interest in and pursuit of higher quality,” the company said.
It was a mixed (luxury) bag of results for Mulberry in the 53 weeks to the end of March with the UK company saying its international business developed, its D2C strategy progressed, but the UK market was challenging.
Net-A-Porter is bringing together a selection of sustainable fashion brands under a new platform called Net Sustain. Launching with 26 brands and 500 products, the edit will also include beauty products from next year.
IC Group’s Tiger of Sweden and By Malene Birger continue to struggle and Tiger has now announced cost-cutting measures, while IC's chairman is stepping down as part of the group's privatisation strategy.