London’s first attempt at an all-digital fashion week was admirable, but it laid bare just how important live events are for some designers.
There’s a first for everything, and rarely is the product or execution perfect. Just ask Leonardo da Vinci, Henry Ford and the Wright brothers.
London’s first all-digital fashion week kicked off Friday with lots of content and chat, but not much in the way of newness.
London’s first all-digital fashion lineup is coming to a screen near you, starting June 12.
Designers have been invited to show collections and ideas across genders, seasons and mediums. Will it work?
The BFC’s positive fashion initiative was initially meant to help businesses intensify their sustainability efforts, but will also address issues surrounding COVID-19, racism and workplace diversity.
Alighieri, Richard Quinn, Chalayan, Roksanda, Rejina Pyo and Halpern are among the first brands to receive aid from the BFC’s COVID-19 emergency fund.
The influx of young designers breaking into the industry is bound to slow down. But some stay determined to make it on their own terms and the shift is pointing to the industry’s need to change the way it treats new talent.
Mother of Pearl’s creative director is widening her sustainability mission with her new platform Fashion Our Future and a collaboration with high-street retailer John Lewis.
The organization has set aside 1 million pounds to help vulnerable businesses with the BFC Foundation COVID Crisis Fund.
The organization will request the government to put further policies in place to protect freelancers not being hired, manufacturers and designers facing order cancellations.
The royal attended a presentation by the label followed by the awards ceremony, where she praised Mahtani’s creativity and commitment to local manufacturing.
The two entities will work together to launch a London Fashion Week China Day, beginning September 2021.
She will pick up the award at a presentation on Tuesday during London Fashion Week.