Live fashion finally returned to France on Thursday when Simon Porte Jacquemus staged a rather wondrous show where a beautiful cast marched through a giant field of bearded wheat in the Val-d’Oise, northwest of Paris.
LINK is pleased to announce the first edition of Art is Hope (from home), a purely digital version of its traditional charity art sale for the benefit of AIDES, the leading association in the fight against AIDS.
EU competition regulators are seeking information from 400 companies to establish if there are problems in the market for voice assistants such as Alexa and Siri and other devices that could lead to antitrust cases.
Budget retailer Poundland has announced a major new transformation programme designed to take it through the next decade. The programme will also see the company testing out online delivery for the first time.
Sweden's Polygiene, which offers stay-fresh functionality for textiles, said Thursday that it’s linked with denim brand Diesel to introduce “an innovative denim treatment that physically halts 99% of any viral activity”.
Interbrand launched its list of the 30 Breakthrough Brands for 2020 on Thursday and a number of fashion and beauty firms are included in the ranking of names that are “set to revolutionise their markets”.
The body has called on the government to do more to support the fashion industry as it releases new data “that reinforces the stark reality of the impact of the global pandemic on the British fashion industry”.