Five names at Shanghai Fashion Week making creative headway and generating buzz.
Labelhood will open a Chinese designer pop-up corner in Lane Crawford’s stores and Lane Crawford will award a scholarship to fashion designer Caroline Hu.
The independent showcase platform presents five impressive Chinese fashion brands, which have a distinctively different tone from the Shanghai crowd.
Vivienne Tam and Jenny Packham will join a mix of local talents in the city, while behemoth trade shows should attract buyers from across China and beyond.
The Savile Row tailor has removed a replica of the intricately embroidered military jacket from Jackson’s “Bad” tour.
The Chinese talent support platform is matching fashion talents, such as Ximon Lee and Andrea Jiapei Li with some of the biggest commercial brands in China with Tmall’s digital trend project.
Chinese men’s wear brand K-Boxing threw a lavish fashion show in Shanghai InterContinental Wonderland, the world’s first quarry hotel.
Roksanda and Peter Pilotto will touch down at Shanghai Fashion Week with a stand-alone showroom inside one of the largest trade shows in the city.
Not the average memorial service, the chapel was filled with punk music and bold fashion statements.
After eight years in the business, she’s now an international figure, having opened the Balenciaga and Stella McCartney shows.
A logistics hub has been set up in New York, while Japanese actor and musician Yosuke Kubozuka continues as the face of the brand.
The company, founded in 2014, will seek a listing in the U.S., according to preliminary documents.
“MLGB” is widely seen as an abbreviation of a vulgar Chinese expression.
Carla Sozzani and Xiao An Ji, chairman of SKP Beijing will host a cocktail party on March 17 to celebrate the work of the late designer.