London’s five-day digital fashion week begins today against a backdrop of anxiety about cost of doing business with the European Union after Brexit.
The limited-edition capsule collection will be available in partnership with Lane Crawford and Tmall.
Keith, who spent the last 25 years in Hong Kong, was most recently president of Lane Crawford and Joyce.
She is to succeed Andrew Keith, who is returning to the U.K. after almost 20 years at the Hong Kong retail group.
As Lane Crawford’s 170th-anniversary celebrations begin, the retailer’s president discusses the twin challenges of democracy protests and COVID-19, the future of wholesale and China’s new creative talents.
Thom Browne, Gabriela Hearst, Sacai, René Caovilla, Knoll, Fornasetti and Baccarat unveil special products for the occasion.
Collections from both brands will be expected to launch at all Lane Crawford stores by summer 2021.
The start of the sales has been pushed back to July 15 from June 25 to help retailers shift spring inventory at full price.
Rochas Homme, Ziggy Chen, Doublet and Reese Cooper are some of the new names added to the Paris men’s week calendar this season.
“Weeping Eye,” the first of their partnership collections, is available at top global retailers and online.
The project is meant to showcase the fizzing creativity of Lee Alexander McQueen’s charitable arts foundation.
Labelhood will open a Chinese designer pop-up corner in Lane Crawford’s stores and Lane Crawford will award a scholarship to fashion designer Caroline Hu.
Bluebell Group is more confident than ever about the Asian consumer as it further expands into new markets.