Brexit jitters could already be felt at Première Vision Paris, while sustainability turned fun at Texworld.
Ideas for shopping, eating, art-viewing and pampering in between shows.
Born of the merger of the top two Paris fashion schools, the revamped Institut Français de la Mode aims to attract global creative talents.
While upcycling incurs high costs and prevents designers from being able to produce their collections in large quantities, it also presents myriad opportunities.
Around the globe, the $1.3 trillion apparel industry employs more than 300 million people and in some low-income countries the production of cotton alone accounts for nearly 7 percent of all employment.
On the eve of the FIAC modern art fair, Paris hosted parties for Valentino, Alexandre de Betak and Gagosian artist Katharina Grosse.
Guests snacked on avocado toast and were treated to an art-meets-skateboard performance at the Parisian department store.
After two years as communications director for Global Fashion Agenda, Thorsmark will take up her new role on Nov. 1.
The Parisian department store kicked off its Sept. 6 to Oct. 12 events with a rooftop cocktail party.