New LovetheSales.com analysis of e-shopper demand shows a hunger for luxury investment pieces as well as high street fashion for the looming day when consumers will be able to restart their social lives.
One brand that had to weather a particularly complicated moment due to Covid-19 is Wolford, the high-end skinwear and hosiery marque that not only went though the lockdown, but also sold its Austrian headquarters.
The Cannes Film Festival may have been cancelled, except for a virtual presentation for jury members, but the western Mediterranean’s next most important meeting of cinema, art and fashion will be happening this year.
Luxury brand Mulberry has confirmed a ban on exotic skins in all its future collections. It’s now no longer using the skins of alligators, crocodiles, ostriches, lizards and snakes, as well as having a fur-free policy.
The designer brand has released a video featuring spoken word artist Kai Isaiah Jamal to celebrate a new partnership with Canopy, a non-profit organisation dedicated to protecting forests, species and the climate.
Fashion and luxury brands worldwide have launched a wide ranging array of sustainable initiatives, timed to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the day dedicated to environmental reform on Wednesday, April 22.
After banning the use of fur, the labels owned by the SMCP fashion group decided to also stop using reptile leather in their products, following the example of Chanel, Paul Smith and others, said the PETA association.