By  on September 15, 2017

LONDON — Britain may be walking a tortuous path as it negotiates its way out of the European Union, and risks losing its status as a world financial center, but that hasn’t stopped the flow of international fashion cash into the capital for the spring 2018 season.

For the first time in more than a decade Giorgio Armani is back in London to stage a major runway show — this time for Emporio Armani — and plans to cut the ribbon on his newly refurbished EA store on Bond Street. Tommy Hilfiger, meanwhile, has chosen the British capital for his first Tommy Now see-now-buy-now experiential runway event outside the U.S.

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