The 29-piece collection of British-made staples will sell at 12 John Lewis stores starting this month.
Designers here are on edge — about business and trade in a post-Brexit economy, the environment — and more conflict in the world.
Trends galore surfaced in the most extraordinary of venues, with London men’s designers using more women than ever, softening up streetwear and working a rainbow of Seventies shades and sugary pastels into their lineups.
Guests at the zodiac-themed cocktail and dinner included Barry Diller, Joan Collins, Alice Temperley, Erin O’Connor, Ashley Hicks and Paloma Faith.
Prices range from 2.50 pounds for a pair of socks to 185 pounds for a peacoat.
Grant said he wanted to set aside a dedicated space for his fellow designer friends who don’t have brick-and-mortar stores of their own and said he’s happy to welcome other brands.
Some expressed relief that so many 18-24 year-olds actually voted.
Guests including Louise Gray, James Long and his sister Charlotte, joined the crowd on the lower level of the store and viewed works on display.
The show runs from June 6 to July 6 and will feature 150 photographs taken by a host of the brand’s friends and family including actors, artists, authors, designers, editors, musicians and photographers.
Freud made her DJ debut and Christopher Raeburn contemplated a tree-house museum.
The weaker pound has drawn interest from markets such as Japan and the U.S., but also raises long-term concerns for margins.
The exhibit will include seven illustrations and an installation produced and curated by Gouw.