To celebrate its 40th birthday, streetwear pioneer Stüssy has once again joined forces with Japanese brand Comme des Garçons with a capsule collection of clothing and accessories which will launch on November 13.
Shoppers searching Google for cosmetics will be able to try them on virtually through a deal with L'Oreal, as the French group looks to make up for lost store sales caused by coronavirus lockdowns by expanding online.
Nobody could accuse Sir Paul Smith of slowing down, even in the year he celebrates his 50th anniversary: he has still managed to produce a series of men’s and women’s collections, and has just opened his own foundation.
Aneeth Arora’s sustainable fashion brand Pero has collaborated with multi-brand luxury Indian fashion retailer Ogaan and Bongwater Productions, to create its first virtual reality store for new collection ‘Disco’.
The WhatsApp messaging app will start to offer in-app purchases and hosting services, as owner Facebook Inc moves to boost revenue from the app while knitting together e-commerce infrastructure across the company.
The Milan fashion powerhouse has significantly expanded its Prada Re-Nylon selection, offering ready-to-wear, footwear and accessories for men and women, underlining its commitment to a sustainable business model.
Without question, this has been the strangest season in fashion in 50 years, where designers have been busy asking themselves what the point of their profession is. What the French call "une remise en question."
US biotech firm Bolt Threads has announced "an unprecedented consortium” of major global companies “who have secured exclusive access to its innovative material, Mylo”. Adidas and Lululemon are also on board.
Designing denim would not normally seem the most apt way to become the designer at one of France’s great couture houses, but it is the career path of Matthew M. Williams, who debuted at Givenchy on Sunday