According to the Retviews analytical solution by Lectra, the Danish womenswear label has carved a prime niche for itself among other premium fashion brands thanks to its product range strategy and unique positioning.
Mexico is fighting back against what it calls the plagiarism of indigenous textiles, bringing together traditional artisans and international designers for dialogue aimed at creating a more equitable fashion industry.
The Parisian fashion house has appointed the Dutch designer, who has worked in its studio for more than ten years, as its new artistic director. She will be responsible for both the brand's men's and womenswear.
British fashion tech company Ordre, an online showroom platform serving department stores, multibrand retailers and luxury pure players, has announced a successful funding round to finance its expansion.
Isabel Marant has launched an online platform dedicated to reselling its vintage pieces. People who donate pieces to the site will receive a voucher and all proceeds will go towards the designer’s charitable fund.
Mexico has blasted major clothing brands Zara, Anthropologie and Patowl for using patterns and other elements of Mexican indigenous textiles in their collections without permission, the ministry of culture said Friday.
With production company Division, FashionNetwork.com has analysed the way digital tech and the pandemic have forced labels to rethink how they express themselves, many using virtual catwalk shows as a novel tool.