The first item from Kate Spade’s new collection of “connected wearables” is now available for sale in the UK. The wearables range includes three items in various styles, the first of which, the “scallop tracker”, is now available online and in-store priced at Â£119; a bangle tracker and smartwatch will be available in November.
BHS will be unveiled in a new online-only incarnation on Thursday this week; one month after the high street chain closed its last bricks and mortar store.
Small-scale checks are proving to be print and pattern favourites on at least three of the Big Four runways (and who knows what Paris will bring?)
Who needs minimalism? That question has been answered with a bang this runway season as, just a few years on from Normcoreâ€™s seemingly triumphant moment, most designers follow the more-is-more approach.
Thereâ€™s a historical edge to many of the looks seen on the catwalks but itâ€™s more great literary heroines, pop culture versions of fantasy figures or wild distortions of history than a faithful recreation of past style.
In the battle for market share between the worldâ€™s biggest fashion retailers, online visibility is central to success. But what does it take to hit the coveted top spot on Googleâ€™s search engine results pages and whoâ€™s getting it right? Thatâ€™s what UK agency MediaVision set out to discover with their Fashion Search Performance Report, a first of its kind analysis of fashion brands leading the way online.
UGG and Preen by Thornton Bregazzi’s footwear collaboration for London Fashion Week will be made available to buy from February 2017.
Prada collections often divide into two categories. The sublimely perfect and unforgettable. The collections you can mention and everyone (at least everyone in fashion) remembers. Then there are those that are less enduring, that you struggle to recall. Whether one sells better than another, Prada never actually says, but with the company struggling to get the growth it needs and actually seeing profits move into reverse, youâ€™d expect it to aim for the former.