London brands led by creatives with no fashion education are growing in a tough market.
Following the success of Cartier’s pop-ups on both sites, a permanent watch collection is set to launch online on Aug. 29.
International brands Magda Butrym, Mehry Mu, Nanushka and Sandra Mansour are building global businesses from their hometowns, with the help of social media and e-commerce.
A fashion show by the Commonwealth Fashion Exchange project will feature the work of designers from all over the world.
The limited-edition product combines Wu’s experience in fashion, fragrance and doll design.
Pernille Teisbæk and Hanna Løffler Schmidt have become the go-to team for Scandi labels — and others — looking to build a profile in Denmark and beyond.
Sebba built Net-a-porter’s business before the merger with Yoox, and was a longtime champion of entrepreneurs.
The big brands are jumping into swim while shoppers are opting for ever-more-playful styles.
Touted as a supplement for your face, Topical-C is a vitamin C powder that can be combined with most skin-care products.
Collaborations need to be reinvented and kept edgy, said Elizabeth von der Goltz.
“The earth is pretty f–ed,” Parley for the Oceans founder Cyrill Gutsch said.
Alison Loehnis, president of Net-a-porter and Mr Porter, says service will be key in the region.