The British Fashion Council is celebrating London Fashion Week’s 40th anniversary. The city is still a hotbed of design talent but it’s tough times for young labels, writes Susanna Lau.
DH-PR founder Daisy Hoppen, who is celebrating 10 years in business this year, built an agency that represents some of the most interesting creatives on the London Fashion Week calendar. Now, she’s evolving the business as she navigates a more challenging and competitive PR landscape.
Susie Lau reports from the first half of London Fashion Week: JW Anderson, Roksanda, Molly Goddard and more.
From Simone Rocha to Molly Goddard, the designers that stood out most pulled things back, or pushed them to new heights, writes Susanna Lau.
From Harris Reed to Molly Goddard to JW Anderson, creativity and a growing sense of camaraderie ran through the first three days of London Fashion Week, writes Susanna Lau.