The next London Fashion Week five-day season kicks off Friday morning; with a major drive to turns things ever more ecological; alongside a bittersweet farewell to the country’s most successful designer this century.
Converse is taking over a five-floor building in the heart of Shoreditch to open the ‘Converse One Star Hotel’, a two-day immersive pop-up featuring exclusive sneaker launches and rooms curated by music artists.
Burberry's outgoing head said Monday he was dedicating his final collection to gay rights campaigns and models at London Fashion Week will wear the brand's classic tartan weave in the colours of the rainbow flag.
The 52 countries of the Commonwealth are launching a first-of-its-kind fashion initiative to boost sustainability, partnerships and trade across the group, with the long-term aim of also promoting female empowerment.
After 10 days of menswear and womenswear shows in New York, February 5-14, the fashion world will be heading to London, February 16-20, for a new round of shows from the likes of Mulberry, JW Anderson and Burberry.