London Fashion Week Men’s has unveiled its provisional schedule for next season and the emphasis is very much on youth and gender fluidity. The three-day season lists 42 separate events, four less than in June 2018.
Superdry may be under pressure at the moment from its unhappy co-founder, and it may have had a tough time in the summer, but its trading update on Thursday painted a picture of a company in reasonably good health.
German sportswear giant Puma has signed up Spain’s classiest footballer, David Silva, to be the latest star to wear its Puma One boots. Legendary for his silky first touch, Silva is a star with Manchester City.
The news doesn't get any better for Esprit with the fashion giant saying that its fiscal first quarter was tough. And the warm summer weather continuing into early autumn seems to have been partly to blame.
Fast Retailing has announced it has developed a new denim washing process which will help it save 3.7 billion litres of water by 2020, when the technology will be used to make all jeans sold by the group.
LVMH are being very, very nice to Celine and Hedi Slimane. The group just handed over the former Dior Homme boutique on high-traffic corner of Paris' rue François 1er and rue Marignan to Celine for a new store.
This year marks the 10th anniversary of Alibaba’s 11.11 shopping festival and the Chinese e-tailer is celebrating the occasion with 180,000 brands, 200,000 offline smart stores and a ‘see now, buy now’ fashion show.
Denim trade show Kingpins will be kicking off its next edition with a transformers summit on 23 October, followed by the Kingpins Amsterdam show on 24 and 25 October, highlighting the latest denim innovations.