Whether or not brands keep doing business in Russia is largely being driven by logistical challenges rather than moral commitments.
Ahluwalia, Labrum and Saul Nash’s collections — steeped in the Indian, West African and Caribbean heritage of their founders — stood out at the London fashion week that closed today.
Omicron has thrown a wrench in Fashion Month, leaving brands to weigh their options for handling an increasingly familiar conundrum.
As Omicron infections surge across fashion’s global capitals, the industry faces a now-familiar dilemma: whether or not to steam ahead with in-person fashion week show plans amid rising health and safety concerns.
The gala opened with a tribute to the late designer, who passed away from a rare form of cancer this weekend.
This week, everyone will be talking about fashion crossovers at Art Basel Miami Beach, London’s Fashion Awards and BoF VOICES.
From the Fashion Awards to Nike, the industry is trying more and more to talk to consumers in cyberspace.
Chanel, Cartier and Armani are focused on Dubai as the world expo gets underway but more comprehensive localisation strategies are needed across the Gulf for brands to fully benefit from the post-pandemic repatriation of luxury spend.
Nensi Dojaka, Supriya Lele and Harris Reed were among the upstarts that popped during London Fashion Week, but it was more experienced hands like Simone Rocha who truly triumphed.
As London Fashion Week kicks off, the UK’s chaotic exit from the European Union and painful policy shifts on retail are adding to the challenges created by the pandemic.
The global fashion capitals are missing out on more than $600 million as runway shows go digital, hotels sit empty and nightclubs, restaurants and stores remain shut for the second season in a row.
The actress, social activist and UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador joins the British Fashion Council as part of its wider Institute of Positive Fashion strategy, which aims to promote circularity and ethical practices in the industry.