Kim Jones described the British stylist, jeweler and art director as someone he “hugely admired.”
“We’ve always been huge supporters of emerging designers…and this fits into that,” said Net-a-porter’s global buying director Elizabeth von der Goltz, speaking to WWD exclusively about her role on the show.
“The era of fashion and technology becoming inextricably intertwined is upon us.”
Smith, Jones, Plantagenet, Windsor. All families have issues.
Will they nab a Netflix deal like the Obamas, go the Kardashian route and sign on to make “The Real Royals of Beverly Hills” or star in a future season of “The Crown” as themselves?
Smaller, independent brands with budgets to manage are among the first to address the issue.
Genderless fashion designers and global retailers discuss the segment predicted to be the future of the industry.
In the proverbial fashion conversation, clothes too often get short shrift. But to some of us, clothes still matter.