The British men’s wear brand known for its collegiate style and tailored clothing has extended its longstanding partnership with Aston Martin, and will dress the F1 team in travel and office wear.
While some brands had launches prepared for this year, a few had to prepare for the annual game with a shorter lead time.
James Whitner, owner and founder of The Whitaker Group, is using fashion as a platform to empower Black communities.
The Chicago-based stylist works with wedding parties to ensure every detail is addressed on their special day.
The Brazilian soccer star’s global social media audience includes 143 million on Instagram alone.
The brand will unveil its e-commerce offer on Nov. 2, and also be sold on Mr Porter and Matchesfashion.
Japanese manufacturer Itochu launches State of Matter, a sustainable men’s lifestyle apparel brand focused on comfort and performance.
The agreement with Brands Lab International will see the brand pop up in pubs, cafés and residences around the world.
The designer serves as executive brand adviser, and will design products for Gen.G with the first being for the League of Legends season.
The company is creating medical gowns for the Canadian Department of Health and fashion masks for the public.
The line designed for precision grooming and beard maintenance launched exclusively at Walgreens stores.
Some European brands are forging ahead with projects despite the lockdown. Among them is the London label that is launching a tailored street and sport collection.
Halted production, delays and an indefinite lockdown raise concerns for sneaker brands and retailers.
Avery Dennison debuts its launch of atma.io, a digital ID platform for supply chain transparency.