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Paris Fashion Week Wednesday: Dries Van Noten, The Row and Nehera
One of greatest qualities of Paris Fashion Week is the sheer depth of variety on display, ranging in one day from the high-color printing and delicate embroidery of Dries Van Noten to mono-color at The Row and Nehera.
Christian Dior: Existentialist style
Christian Dior harked backed to the 1950s with a fresh take on existentialist style in its latest collection presented Tuesday in Paris, in a show that unveiled a brilliant modern wardrobe for women.
H&M joins UN roundtable in Bangladesh to boost renewable energy market
Global fashion brand H&M Group has joined the UNFCCC Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action in Bangladesh to discuss key reforms needed for the transformation of the renewable energy market.
Weinsanto opens Paris Fashion Week
“Out of the way,” yelled the penultimate model in the Weinsanto show. And, the audience duly leaned back as she sailed past in the most gigantic shoulders, climaxing the opening show in Paris Fashion Week.
Pangaia launches ‘Renu’ jacket made entirely from textile waste
Materials science brand Pangaia has debuted its first denim product made entirely from cotton textile waste.
Nextil reported lower revenues in 2022 to just 50 million euros due to the closure of its El Masnou plant
The textile company saw its turnover fall by 22% in the last financial year. Its Ebitda stood at 2.3 million euros. In 2023, the company is planning to grow in Guatemala and Portugal.
Milan Fashion Week: graphic style at Missoni, Benetton, sexy-chic at Bally, MSGM
Next winter’s fashion will be colourful, dazzling and sexy. Above all, it will be varied, as decreed by the designers who showed this weekend in Milan, Missoni, Benetton, Bally and MSGM in particular.
Giorgio Armani: Maquillage et mode
Giorgio Armani named his latest signature show 'Cipria', meaning make up in Italian, and the result was a collection presented Sunday in Milan that was as subtle and sensitive as the name implies.
Bottega Veneta: Carnival culture
A carnival with culture, class and artistic clout in Saturday night’s show by Bottega Veneta, the absolutely one and only must see show in Milan these days.
Dolce & Gabbana do 'Boudoir & Gabbana'
Dolce & Gabbana, on second thoughts make that 'Boudoir & Gabbana', seeing half the cast was in lingerie in this show, where Kim Kardashian sat in the front row.
Milan: Ferrari and Ferragamo on a busy Saturday morning
A tale of the F's in Milan on Saturday morning, as two major family-controlled Italian brands from fashion and Formula One, Ferragamo and Ferrari, staged shows that were striking expressions of brand building.
Revolve Group posts double-digit annual growth on record active customers
Revolve Group announced on Thursday revenues for the full-year 2022 increase 24% to $1.1 billion, on the back of record active customer numbers for the twelve months ending December 31.
Jil Sander: Poetry and punch, berries and brilliance
A spiritual air about the Jil Sander show on Friday night, with guests sat in semi circles in a dark cathedral-like space, only illuminated when the first models appeared.
Queen Consort visits new JCA Jimmy Choo Academy campus
Professor Jimmy Choo and Stephen Smith continue to attract strong recognition for their co-founded JCA/London Fashion Academy. The pair’s second academy in the city has now attracted the attention of the Queen Consort.
European clothing imports exceed pre-crisis levels
After a fall in 2020 and limited growth in 2021, European clothing imports have rebounded by 36% in 2022, with levels up 11.6% on the pre-Covid period.
Roberto Cavalli: Georgia O’Keefe goes on a southwestern Safari
A big cat moment at Roberto Cavalli, where designer Fausto Puglisi riffed on Georgia O’Keefe and the American southwest even as he referenced the Renaissance and rock'n'roll.