Diane von Furstenberg has unveiled a pared-back new brand identity as it launches British designer Jonathan Saunders’ first collection on its website.
If you can ignore all the bad things that are happening in the world (and there have been so many times in the past seven months that I‚Äôve just wanted to bury my head in the sand), then it’s a great time to be alive… For those of us who love animal print, at least.
Marco Gobbetti is to join Burberry earlier than expected at the end of this month but will initially take the role of executive chairman for Asia Pacific and the Middle East before stepping into the role of chief executive, for which he was recruited last year, on 4 July.
Theresa May is to become the first British Prime Minister to appear on the cover of US Vogue.
Wrangler is celebrating its 70th birthday year with a series of special launches and has used its Fall Preview 17 to unveil the first, a 1970s inspired collection called Retro Glory.
Dr Tristram Hunt has quit as Labour MP of Stoke-on-Trent Central, a position he has held since 2010, to become¬†director of the Victoria & Albert Museum (V&A).
A flurry of retailers released their Christmas trading updates yesterday¬†sending analysts and financial reporters into a tailspin. After ASOS and M&S got things off to a positive start (with a 36% sales rise and, finally, an increase in clothing sales respectively) many more big names posted strong Christmas sales but this is tempered with news that the outlook for retail remains tough.
The long-awaited turnaround in fortunes for Marks & Spencer’s fashion¬†business¬†could be upon us as the retailer posted its first quarterly growth in Clothing & Home sales in six years after a strong Christmas.