Expect a somewhat confusing scene in London Fashion Week this season, with a multitude of art installations, pop-ups and events open to the public –though much of that will represent a very welcome change.
London-listed fashion e-tailer Koovs has delivered a trading update, unveiled a strategic plan to “deliver scale and profitability” and has also announced that it wants to raise £50 million as its cash reserves are low.
Maybe it’s all the talk and tweets about who has the biggest nuclear button between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un? For one overriding trend in London Fashion Week Men's (LFWM) this season was Survivalist Chic.
Think of this coming weekend in London as a Double Hitter Twelfth Night. Both to celebrate the epiphany and kick off London Fashion Week Men’s, a four-day feast of some 50 events - shows; presentations; and lock-ins.
Traffic was moderate but the mood ebullient at Pure London, the fashion trade show which this season focused on interplanetary travel, exotic ethnic designs and techy sportswear. The three-day show ended Monday night.
Henry Holland can always be relied on to surprise and his House of Holland show did just that Saturday. He took his love of gingham checks a step further, added in new pattern stories and mixed it up with rodeo style.