Suits and tailored shirts are out, sweatpants and pajamas are in: remote working is changing work clothes habits, and old-school office attire should emerge from the pandemic far less starched and strict.
Not many designers can ever boast that they have entered a second half-century of career, but Sir Paul Smith can, and did, this week – celebrating with a remastered menswear collection of many of his greatest hits.
There’s cold and then there’s Antarctic cold. So extreme weather-wear specialist Shackleton has produced a “world-first expedition-grade parka” in partnership with Antarctic conservation group Blue Marine Foundation.
Just three months after being acquired by new owners, Brooks Brothers is off to a fresh start under the aegis of Ken Ohashi and Michael Bastian, its new president and newly appointed creative director, respectively.
Frasers Group was reportedly racing to try to do a deal on Debenhams at the weekend, but reports also suggested that US-based Barneys owner Authentic Brands has both Debenhams and Arcadia in its sights.
A U.S. judge on Monday approved a deal to rescue J.C. Penney from bankruptcy proceedings precipitated by the coronavirus pandemic, averting a liquidation that would have put the department store chain out of business.