We know everyone has been bellyaching about it being a lightweight season in New York. But if you take the time to actually study what was on the runway, it turns out a lot of great clothes were on display in Manhattan.
Brace yourself for the first post-Brexit season in London, which will dominate the coming long weekend. It has finally happened, and nobody in the UK or throughout European fashion seems terribly happy about that.
Marimekko was in an upbeat mood Thursday as it delivered a “strong” set of results for the year ending December 31. It was boosted by a flourish in the final quarter on strong Holiday numbers and international traction.
Marc Jacobs may not be the all-conquering hero designer of New York that he was in his heyday, but judging from his latest ballet performance show, his imagination still remains the most fertile in American fashion.
The department store operator has confirmed to FashionNetwork.com that it is cutting 250 positions across both stores and the company’s corporate offices, in an effort to streamline communication and drive efficiency.
The reigning king of American sportswear, Michael Kors, was in ebullient form this season, presenting a powerful collection just off Wall street, on a crisp Wednesday morning, the final day of the New York season.
The luxury label fears a sales slump in China following the many store closures, and is funding the restoration of some of Florence’s iconic Renaissance sculptures, including a bronze replica of Michelangelo’s ‘David’.
According to the ‘Global Powers of Luxury Goods 2019’ report by Deloitte, based on 2017 FY data, Spanish groups Puig, Tous, Textil Lonia and Festina Lotus all ranked among the top 100 luxury groups worldwide.
Luxury group Kering had a good year in 2019 and the final quarter was also strong. Its star brand Gucci outperformed, Saint Laurent continued to power ahead and Bottega Veneta’s recovery looked to be well established.
The 'it-word' of fashion these past few years is sustainability, even if most brands and designers just pay lip service to the idea. Not at Gabriela Hearst, where practically every look had a recycled component.