Guests included Stella McCartney, Ellie Goulding, Stephen Jones, Jacquetta Wheeler and Arizona Muse.
The new name echoes that of luxury hotel groups, reflecting the company’s continued focus on curation and retail hospitality.
The retailer is expanding its contemporary offer and seeing growth opportunities in categories such as eyewear and high summer.
Representatives from Amazon, Not on the High Street, British Fur Trade, among others discussed the labeling issue of real and faux-fur products and the future of fur trading in the U.K.
This is a newly created role focusing on customer relations, brand partnerships and marketing.
Swarovski and von Furstenberg join the likes of Victoria Beckham, Nick Knight, Christopher Bailey and Vivienne Westwood.
The new fund was formed with Nick Brown and is also backed by Matchesfashion.com cofounders Tom and Ruth Chapman.
The footwear label is partnering with Cheng’s brand management and distribution house, Luxba Group, to accelerate its growth in China and target younger consumers.
Eight never-before-seen outfits will go on display for the reopening of the exhibition, later this month.