The British Fashion Council is launching itself enthusiastically into two key projects that support charitable causes, with one focused on coronavirus safety and the other on reducing plastic pollution.
CFDA chairman Tom Ford and president and CEO Steven Kolb have announced a series of initiatives, including the launch of two programs dedicated to supporting new and established black talent in the fashion industry.
NYC's prince of jewelry, HRH Prince Dimitri of Yugoslavia, will release Once Upon a Diamond: A Family Tradition of Royal Jewels, a book of memoirs on his family's collections and his own designs, in September.
The event, previously postponed due to the Covid-19 crisis, will be held on October 15-19 under the aegis of jury presidents Jonathan Anderson, Paolo Roversi and Hubert Barrère, featuring a new prize sponsored by Hermès.
London-based consultancy Tomorrow has announced a “360-degree” partnership with Italian RTW brand N21. The strategic partnership will span distribution, events, strategy and a mentorship programme for emerging talent.
Few fashion designers have had as much impact in the past three decades as Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana. With FashionNetwork.com the duo discuss DGfattoincasa; handling the lockdown and their next runway steps
Designers are clamoring for a radical change in the fashion system; for less seasons and shows and later fashion week dates. But Carlo Capasa, president of the Camera, still expects to have four Fashion Weeks per year.
HFR will host a virtual fundraiser in order to build funds for Icon 360, a nonprofit made to provide relief to designers of color who are pivoting their businesses in response to Covid-19 and need funding to scale.
One day after Alessandro Michele, creative director of Gucci, revealed on Instagram that the brand would in future stage only two shows per year, the designer called for a reformulation of the fashion calendar.