At London Fashion Week Men's on Sunday, Samuel Ross, designer at A-Cold-Wall, unveiled an avant-garde collection which was simultaneously wearable and inventive, displaying a considered and innovative use of fabric.
In Italy, they call Max Mara, Il Gigante Silenzioso, or the Silent Giant: a 1.558 billion-euro fashion house, founded by Achille Maramotti, and still in his family, combining critical acclaim with commercial growth.
The 87th edition of the Florentine childrenswear tradeshow will take place June 21 to 23 and is set to welcome 557 brands, a figure much in line with its summer edition in 2017, which saw 548 brands showcased.
“This really was unexpected,” smiles Masayuki Ino, the 39-year-old winner of the LVMH Prize 2018. Another year and Ino couldn’t even have entered the competition, seeing as he is 39, and entrants have to be less than 40.
Canada’s Hudson’s Bay Co. confirmed on Tuesday it would sell its unprofitable online banner Gilt and said it would close up to 10 Lord & Taylor stores, including its Manhattan flagship, as its quarterly loss widened.
Giorgio Armani's youth label is leaving Milan's Men's Fashion Week in June and will present its menswear along with it's women's collection in September – the latest in a long list of coed runway shows.