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| July 23, 2014

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Boris Puts £9 Million into High Streets Across London

July 23, 2014 |

Extending from Piccadilly to Oxford Street, Bond Street might be one of Europe’s busiest boulevards, but other parts of London are struggling – and the fashion industry’s most loved politician, Boris Johnson (he once had his own ELLE cover) has stepped … Read More

Yasmin Sewell Launches Barneys Collection

July 22, 2014 |

Famed fashion consultant, long-serving member and advisor to The Industry, Yasmin Sewell has created a capsule collection for infamous New York department store, Barneys. Our advisor’s personal style has endlessly been snapped at fashion weeks around the world, written up … Read More

David Gandy Launches Menswear Collection for M&S

July 21, 2014 |

Industry member, David Gandy has designed an exclusive men’s collection exclusively for high street giant, Marks & Spencer (where he is the face of their menswear brand). Following in the footsteps of David Beckham, David will design a new range … Read More

Kate Bosworth Pioneers Shazam of Fashion World

July 19, 2014 |

The fashion industry has emulated the technology behind smash hit music app, Shazam. Launched on Monday, Style Thief uses Cortexica for its visual-search and image-recognition software to match clothes from photographs to a point of sale on the internet. The … Read More

Creative Industries Come Together to Raise £37 Million

July 18, 2014 |

The fashion industry has come together in its largest ever collaboration as 500 creative firms announce they have invested £17 million in a funding pot aimed to put money back into the sector, supporting skills and talent development. The new … Read More

Fast Fashion Gets Faster with Zara’s New Technology

July 17, 2014 |

Fast fashion is about to get even faster as the high street’s most innovative retailer, Zara unveils a new next-generation tagging system said to make business operations down the supply chain even speedier. The rate at which the retailer can … Read More