Even before nonessential retail opened on April 12, businesses were doing deals, rethinking commercial spaces and preparing for a surge in post-pandemic demand.
The U.K. property owner is stepping up its game, and could soon take a stake in Roland Mouret.
A b-to-b delivery business, Toshi partners with brands and retailers to offer at-home, on-demand services such as pinning and fitting. Customers can also try on different sizes and styles while assistants wait.
Mouret has whipped up a limited-edition version of his curvy Myrtha dress for guests booking the suites.
BFC, British government and brands tout green agenda at London reception.
Mouret is one of very few designers who is looking at sustainability from 360-degree angle, and after the show, posed a question that’s on lots of people’s minds right now: What’s the point of staging fashion shows when everyone should be trying to cut down on waste?
The collection was gorgeous in a way that most people would agree with, without ever straying into banality.
The entrepreneur and his 2HR Set team has developed apparel imprinted with “Don’t Stab Your Future” to support anticrime activist Faron Alex Paul’s efforts.
The debut of Naia™ Renew is informed by consumers' enduring need for sustainably made, comfortable apparel.