Emerging designers at London Fashion Week’s fall 2018 showcase showed off looks stretching from the traditional and tailored to Seventies-inspired.
A Bathing Ape, NikeLab, Undercover, Noah, Stüssy and Snoopy participated in the project.
The Ginza store will also sell exclusive pieces from the new GU collection.
The 12-piece line, which hits stores on Jan. 24, reinterprets some of Carhartt’s iconic workwear-inspired styles.
The personalized T-shirt printing service will be installed in the retailer’s London store from Nov. 30 to Dec. 17.
The bookshop celebrates two new books on contemporary artist Walter De Maria.
Put Alexandra Hackett, Feifei Fu, Bloody Osiris, Aleali May and Coco Pink Princess on your radar.
The Brooklyn-based designer has a collaboration with Off-White in the works, and is ready to take his business to the next level.
See what the designers had in mind for the spring shows.
The 10,000-square-foot unit in a warehouse is slated to open in March 2018.
Fendi has designed site-specific limited collections for the venues in London, Tokyo and New York.
Designed by Alessandro Michele, the capsule includes three T-shirt styles, produced in a limited quantity of 10 pieces each.
The streetwear brand and the photographer threw a book-signing party for “Click-to-Buy” at London’s Dover Street Market Feb. 21.