In a colourful spin on the mobile retail trucks that have become popular in the US, House of Holland is set to launch a “roving flagship,” selling an exclusive capsule collection from a traditional British ice cream van.
As London Fashion Week comes to a close, Morgan O’Donovan brings us backstage images from the Autumn/Winter 2013 collections.
Why Henry Holland is more than a figure of fashion fun (Independent) “Holland has been making people talk since 2006. It was at London Fashion Week that the public first saw his slogan T-shirts, when designers Gareth Pugh and Giles Deacon took their post-show bows, each wearing a Holland design in homage to the other. ‘Get yer freak on, Giles Deacon,’ read Pugh’s. ‘UHU, Gareth Pugh,’ said
Tillman Buys Storied Clothier Aquascutum (WSJ) “U.K. retail mogul Harold Tillman, chairman and majority owner of Jaeger Ltd., has purchased Aquascutum Group PLC, the luxury clothier and trench-coat maker that has dressed British elites from Margaret Thatcher to Sean Connery for 158 years.” Fashion elite tries on stimulus for size (FT) “The fashion industry in 13 countries will on Thursday attempt to do what
Levi’s sees Q1 profits slashed (Drapers) “Net income at denim brand Levi’s sank by 50% to $48 million (£32m) in the first quarter ended March 1.” Istithmar provides ‘significant’ loan for Barneys (AP) “Istithmar World Capital says it has provided a “significant” level of additional capital to support upscale retailer Barney’s New York.” H&M March Same-Store Sales