The Belgian designer fashion brand is set to open its first standalone brick-and-mortar retail destination in the U.S. on Friday, having chosen Los Angeles as the location for its debut stateside boutique.
Without question, this has been the strangest season in fashion in 50 years, where designers have been busy asking themselves what the point of their profession is. What the French call "une remise en question."
Y/Project’s Glenn Martens has been named Diesel’s new creative director with immediate effect. The Belgian designer will oversee all of the global brand’s style, communications, interior design, and overall creativity.
Value Retail's boss says axing VAT reclaim is wrong and that there's no appetite for the alternative ship-to-home option. Meanwhile, another commentator has accused the government of a misleading consultation process.
US biotech firm Bolt Threads has announced "an unprecedented consortium” of major global companies “who have secured exclusive access to its innovative material, Mylo”. Adidas and Lululemon are also on board.
With the line between women and men increasingly blurred in society, leave it to Nicolas Ghesquière to develop a fashion vernacular that addressed that slowly melting division in the final show at Paris Fashion Week.
Figures on Monday from eShopWorld said cross-border luxury sales increased by 170% in August and September as brands on the platform “pivoted their selling strategies to bring the luxury experience online”.
Upscale UK womenswear brand Goat Fashion has won a court battle against US sneaker platform Goat Group over the Goat trademark with an injunction designed to stop the latter from selling clothing under the Goat name.