It may have been a quiet season in New York, where there was more drama about the locations – from a wrecked passage in Chinatown to Ralph Lauren’s garage in Bedford – but several key trends were clear.
All roads lead to London this weekend. With the UK season extended over six days, as two mega designers - Giorgio Armani and Tommy Hilfiger - plan massive runway shows and parties. Britain may well Brexit, but Chinese...
Frequently sizzling, often sensual and highly saleable, the collection seemed like an ideal way for Tom Ford to re-conquer America, as NYFW grapples with the departure of many of its young stars to show in Paris.
Eyewear giant Marcolin Group has appointed Davide Rettore as the new North America CEO of Marcolin USA Eyewear Corp. He will oversee business in the US and Canada, which accounts 45% of Marcolin's global sales.
British designer Stella McCartney has joined forces with luxury e-tailer Mytheresa to collaborate on a video series marking the launch of her mainline and her adidas by Stella McCartney AW17 collections on the site.
Plenty of major names have skipped out of New York Fashion Week; Tommy Hilfiger is off to London for his show. Nonetheless, there still will be plenty of action in New York Fashion Week, opening on Wednesday, Sept 6.