The British lingerie start-up is known for its mix of sexy and inclusive offerings.
Westminster City Council plans to pour 150 million pounds into Oxford Street and its environs to transform the area into one of the “most sustainable” districts of its kind.
The two brands are launching a limited-edition intimates and loungewear collection.
Thirty-three young designers from the prestigious school will interpret one or more codes of the Tod’s brand.
Machine-A will continue to have full independence on brand selection and curation, as it works to accelerate its e-commerce business.
But the mall owner said the company will ultimately benefit from a leaner portfolio post-pandemic.
The England-based retailer is releasing 20 drops made of deadstock materials, and archive pieces from cult brands beginning with Walter Van Beirendonck.
Founder Joanna Dai gave up a career in finance to start her own direct-to-consumer women’s wear company.
The company relied on arguments of improper jurisdiction, which were recently addressed by a 10 percent shareholder claiming she’s being forced out of her stake.
Customers can also specify day and hour of deliveries.