Just when you thought the house of Chanel might run out of ideas on how to stage its massive runway shows, then Karl Lagerfeld shocks his audience with the latest stunning set and a pretty remarkable collection too.
The luxury brand showed their latest collection on Sunday, under the artistic direction of Demna Gvasaliahas, and rolled out a new logo typeface inspired by the simple clarity of public transport signals and signs.
As Alexa Chung celebrated her second collection at Paris Fashion Week with a 'Prom Gone Wrong' presentation, FashionNetwork.com met with the founder of the eponymous brand to find out what's next in line for the label.
Wang is succeeded by Lisa Gersh, who previously served as CEO of Goop. The company also named Stephanie Horton the new Chief Strategy Officer and added Jonathan Miller and Tom Florio to the Board of Directors.
Always a telling sign how a brand uses a show-space. It speaks volumes about how exactly its leaders view their marque. That was very much the case on a steamy Monday afternoon at Hermès which presented a hyper refined collection inside the Palais de Chaillot.
Luxury consignment site The RealReal has established National Consignment Day to celebrate closing the loop through consignment. It also formed a strategic partnership celebrating sustainability with Stella McCartney.
Ted Baker has announced the appointment of Anita Balchandani and Jennifer Roebuck as independent non-executive directors, while Anne Sheinfield has stepped down as non-executive director after more than 7 years.
Coty and Burberry have kicked off the long-term beauty partnership that comes at a crucial time for both companies. Burberry wants to spur growth while Coty is rumoured to be about to divest some brands.
Shop Direct’s deep dive into artificial intelligence and services like online chat looks to be a wise move given the results of a study that shows UK shoppers are very chat-focused and are becoming more used to chatbots.
Shop Direct’s long-term investments in digital, personalisation and data are paying off, with the British owner of Very.co.uk announcing on Monday its fifth consecutive year of record sales and underlying profits.