The London-based luxury footwear designer is inviting customers to return their old shoes, which will be dismantled, composted, recycled and upcycled.
The footwear designer is marking the Year of the Ox with a capsule that will sell on Farfetch, and on the Nicholas Kirkwood website.
LVMH had acquired a majority stake in London-based business in 2013.
It’s down, but it’s not out: Wholesale is ready for a refresh, and it’s up to the big stores to trust the data, and support the smaller labels.
The label has been doubling down on its values to deliver ethically made clothing and looking for more cost-efficient ways to work with retailers, starting with an upcycled collection with Matchesfashion.
“There is massive opportunity, and we are chomping at the bit to do more,” said William Hutchings of the strategic investment company, A Brand Lives Tomorrow.
A change in location in 2017 helped precipitate the demise of the store at a time of rapidly shifting shopping habits.
He’s also prepping his first sneaker, and plans to spin some wild tales around his collections.
The BFC Designer Pop-up at Bicester Village will open on Nov. 1 as part of a wider program meant to support London talent.
Brocart, a key talent scout at the group, is charged with reviving the dormant house under the creative direction of Guillaume Henry.
The e-commerce site moves to a physical space to celebrate its holiday styles.