Richard Malone, one of London Fashion Week’s rising stars, is opening his first solo exhibition, an interactive installation studying fashion, movement and art, at the Now Gallery in Greenwich this Wednesday.
London Fashion Week Men’s has unveiled its provisional schedule for next season and the emphasis is very much on youth and gender fluidity. The three-day season lists 42 separate events, four less than in June 2018.
With Luca Rizzi, a specialist supporter of emerging design, now at the Tutorship helm, the Florentine group looks to develop its tutoring project with the help of additional advisors such as Linda Loppa and Franco Penè.
Burberry was upbeat on Thursday morning as it reported half-year results saying that its “brand repositioning is under way, with strong initial response” and that it’s “energised by the early results.”
British fashion billionaire Philip Green was named by a member of the House of Lords on Thursday as the businessman who used an injunction to suppress the publication of sexual harassment allegations by five employees.
Debenhams reported its biggest-ever loss on Thursday and confirmed a plan to close 50 stores as well as saying the beauty market has dipped in recent months. But it’s remaining upbeat and thinks it’s on the right track.