Up-for-sale luxury footwear brand Jimmy Choo was cheerful Thursday saying it “continues to make excellent progress, trading strongly” this year. But while management trumpeted its prospects, there was no news on a sale.
In a surprise move Monday Jimmy Choo said that it is up for sale, but then it emerged that its controlling shareholder wants to sell its stakes in Bally and Belstaff too in one of the biggest luxury sales in years.
Co-ed shows, a celebrity debut and impressive new names are among the big headlines for London Fashion Week Men’s, running January 6-9, as the industry transitions to new gender- and season-neutral business models.
The British capital will be kicking off the latest round of menswear shows, January 6. Over the course of four days, the latest and greatest in British fashion will present their fall/winter 2017-2018 men's collections.