Coffee, a croissant and a full-on fashion show. Now that’s a breakfast menu.
The Danish influencers, alongside retailer Denise Christensen, created a global retail hit by focusing on a single category, affordable price points and Instagram marketing.
The designer has collaborated with historical workwear manufacturer Lafont to create its first fashion line, Lafont 1844.
Danish brands are growing faster than ever, offering recycled materials, tightly edited collections and honest pricing.
The two brands first release is being sold exclusively through retailer Freak’s Store in Japan.
Boutiques in Flushing, Queens, N.Y. have created a strong bootleg culture in the area, with young hip-seekers flocking for replicas of the latest fashions.
The partnership is to kick off in September with The Edit by Carine Roitfeld, her selection of “essential pieces” from the designer’s fall 2019 collection.
The show is a grand sweep of sparkle, rippling wool, sculpted jackets and floral motifs, reflecting Dior’s fascination with Britain.