The Barcelona bridal event held between April 20 and 24 underlined the industry’s recovery, bringing together 18,600 attendees, 320 companies, 1,170 buyers and 34 fashion shows by brands such as Pronovias and Rosa Clará.
Global fashion shopping app Lyst has launched an interesting new trends roundup with the debut of Born Online. On a monthly basis, it looks at “the newest, hottest fashion trends born from internet subcultures”.
The label by Christelle Kocher has returned to its roots with a joyous show, featuring classic, laid-back items enhanced with embroidery and sequins, and dropping a collaboration with dating app Tinder.
First it was a Rolling Stones store, now mega-band Queen is to open a space on Carnaby Street with an experiential pop-up shop celebrating five decades of its music and featuring fashion collabs, among other items.
Burberry has been putting massive support behind the launch of its Olympia bag. And following recent news that it's opening a series of pop-ups to support the launch, it has now unveiled a major new ad campaign.
On Tuesday December 8, global trend forecasting agency FashionSnoops is bringing together a number of fashion show top executives to try to find answers to the questions about the future of trade shows.