Victoria Beckham retained her position as the biggest social media winner as far as fashion week mentions were concerned, but while she’s usually a big name at NYFW, this time it was London that felt her impact.
There’s a new leader at the helm of Temperley London with the company naming Sally Hughes as its CEO with immediate effect. She replaces Patricia Sancho who has returned to her native Spain after five years at the firm.
One year ago, British fashion designers took a very public stand against Brexit. An estimated 90% of London-based creators aghast at the very idea of leaving Europe, as many very firmly spoke out against any such divo...
At Mulberry, creative head Johnny Coca took inspiration from the aristocracy's life in the countryside, showcasing tweeds, lace and embroidery Sunday, plus equestrian quilted capes and blouses with knotted scarves.
The British Fashion Council announced further consumer-facing initiatives to integrate the public this season, including screenings in 60 locations across the UK thanks to a partnership with Ocean Outdoor.
The event for fashion consumers, taking place on February 25-28, will host Emilia Wickstead, Holly Fulton, Mary Katrantzou and Temperley London, who will present their SS16 collections in catwalk shows.