LONDON, United Kingdom — Today, we bring you exclusive images shot by Emily Hope backstage at the Erdem show, held on the fourth day of London Fashion Week.
PARIS, France — Whether it is private financing or takeovers by major luxury groups like LVMH, the latest trend in fashion is to find a promising niche label that has no history but plenty of imagination.
As London Fashion Week comes to a close, Morgan O’Donovan brings us backstage images from the Autumn/Winter 2013 collections.
Tight belts take edge off Italian luxury (FT) “Italians have long balked at paying full price for the luxury goods they consider to be their birthright. But as austerity measures hit hard in the home of Prada, Versace and Armani, the quest for bargains and invitations to warehouse sales with rock-bottom prices has reached a new level of frenzy.” Online shoppers ready for busiest day (FT) “Online retailers are
LONDON, United Kingdom — Are we talking about London Fashion Week or a festival of childish self-indulgence? For me, fashion design is about cut, shape, body and proportion, as it always has been. But sadly, many of the recent London shows featured banal shapes hidden under a riot of digitally created patterns, sometimes in the crudest of colours. Just imagine if there was an embargo on the use of colour and pattern and designers
LONDON, United Kingdom — London Fashion Week, which concluded on Tuesday evening, has become known for its directional designers and digital prints. Along with our favourite roving backstage photographer, Morgan O’Donovan, we’ve selected ten memorable fashion moments from the London collections. Morgan O’Donovan is a contributing photographer at The Business of Fashion
Legendary fashion writer and BoF contributing editor Colin McDowell has been attending and reviewing fashion shows for more than 30 years. Who better to give us the lowdown on one of the best London Fashion Weeks in recent memory? LONDON, United Kingdom — Each season, despite challenges, London continues to raise the stakes, in terms of both creativity and, dare I say it, commercial potential. Here, I’ve assembled my top choices of
New Life for the Historic Art of Lace-Making (WSJ) “Lace, suddenly, is everywhere. Looking nothing like your grandmother’s doilies, lace is the fabric of whole dresses and suits for summer, as well as next fall. Lace hasn’t been this popular since Queen Victoria sat on the throne.” Click to Buy That Handbag in Vogue as Magazines Become E-Tailers (Bloomberg) “Vogue and Elle have long influenced what