Menswear’s two most defiantly artistic designers – Craig Green and Jonathan Anderson – began Saturday with two strikingly unique visions in Paris, before Hermès presented a salutary lesson in nonchalant chic.
Luxury outerwear brand Barbour has linked up with the National Trust to work on “the clean-up and restoration work at Wallington, Cragside and Hadrian’s Wall in the North East of England, following Storm Arwen.
London-based Threadology has secured a seven-figure loan from HSBC UK, as the formalwear supplier and retailer scales up operations as demand grows with weddings and formal events returning after restrictions ended.
On July 14, Louis Vuitton will open its newest freestanding store dedicated to the men’s universe on Rodeo Drive. Ready-to-wear, accessories, publishing, iconic trunks and Objets Nomades will be presented.
Paris will always be a city of contrasting ideas. Like this Thursday, where luxury brand Louis Vuitton blended French romanticism with hip hop, as Californian-born Rick Owens sought inspiration from Ancient Egypt.