The label’s creative director, Amy Powney, will host a panel discussion in association with the British Fashion Council and BBC Earth, to discuss fashion’s supply chain issues.
The 360-degree short film, starring Duckie Thot and featuring the Glam Slam bag, will be screened at the Serpentine Gallery in London.
The designer has only just begun marking her 50th anniversary, which will culminate in September, the month of “Z.”
Caught between East and West, these emerging businesses are confronted with multiple cultural and commercial hurdles.
The designer is brimming with plans, including the launch of a full accessories collection for fall 2019, a design project with MIT and more retail stores and product lines.
Pitching themselves as “affordable luxury,” these brands are finding commercial success quickly in an overcrowded market.
The influencer will also cocreate five bespoke designs as part of the collaboration, set to hit stores in June.
Businesses will have access from Feb. 18.
The one-year project is being financed by a 2.5-million-euro gift from Blackstone founder Stephen Schwarzman and his wife, Christine.
The brand, designed by Ayla Argentina and artist Carly Mark, uses theatrical designs to make commentary on consumption and mass industrialization.