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.
Tommy Hilfiger is working on a plan to take his next runway collection to Paris. The American designer is already in talks with the Fédération de la Haute Couture et de la Mode on a suitable time slot for his show.
Burberry has released more details of how its see-now, buy-now strategy is evolving under Riccardo Tisci with limited edition pieces from his first collection to be available through a series of 24-hour product releases.
The NYC-based brand has announced a collaborative window display to be unveiled in seven global stores to celebrate the launch of the first retro graffiti-inspired collection in a series of limited-edition capsules.