The country is of strategic importance for the Italian eyewear group.
“Undercover: Britain’s Cheap Clothes” alleged that workers creating clothing for fast-fashion labels were paid less than half of the U.K.’s National Living Wage.
Personalization was the name of the game for the Chanel-owned milliner, with many of the designs created to adapt to a variety of styles.
Huishan Zhang, Mother of Pearl, Osman, Palmer Harding, Shrimps, Sophie Hulme and Toogood are the designers shortlisted.
Natasha Zinko’s cute combination of the nostalgic whimsy of the countryside in summer, sexy black leather and streetwear references made for an idiosyncratic yet breezy proposition.
Retail and luxury stocks were uneven early Tuesday.
Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski loosened up with Eighties-inspired outerwear and edgy thigh-high boots.
Val Garland and James Pecis fashioned the beauty look of the show.
The 12 brands selected include Agi & Sam, Tessa Packard, The New Craftsmen and Troubadour Goods.
A sculpture from the Twenties by Alberto Giacometti inspired the designer’s spring 2017 couture collection for Chanel.
Buyers cite blending of streetwear with luxury design, collaborations and outerwear among the key trends for fall, while Dries Van Noten and Balenciaga stood out as favorites.
The Berlin-based designer worked with the Polish premium women’s retailer to create a “greatest hits” collection.
For her Dior couture debut, Maria Grazia Chiuri authored an extravagant visual tale, one that drew on the founder’s love of gardens.
Tamara Ralph and Michael Russo offered plenty of contemporary, urban daywear options, along with signature red carpet-worthy gowns.
Peter Philips and Guido Palau created the beauty look of the show.