The unusual retail concept will bring the brand’s playful wit to life through a mix of spaces dedicated to product, pop-up activities and a café.
Industry leaders including Remo Ruffini, Dries Van Noten and Harper’s Bazaar’s Samira Nasr offered ideas on how to solve some of fashion’s biggest problems, from outdated approaches to showing, delivering and discounting collections to the need for more meaningful inclusion.
Two early-pandemic initiatives set out to solve some of the industry’s biggest problems, from rampant discounting to a warped fashion calendar. Now, they’re coming together.
Historically, exclusivity has been baked into all aspects of fashion week. But this season New York- and London-based designers are opening their shows up to the general public — for a price.
The brand's unconventional fashion week formula — axing the traditional catwalk in favor of playful consumer experiences — is delivering results. Next up: a giant red maze.