The pandemic is almost behind us, and designers are celebrating a return to normal life with light, joyous, sensual outfits, judging from the summer 2022 women’s collections shown in New York, London, Milan and Paris.
As high-end resale becomes increasingly mainstream, trends in the segment are increasingly tracking those of the new-product luxury market and that has been underlined by data from a leading name in the resale category
All the world’s a red carpet, and nowhere more so than at Paris Fashion Week, where Balenciaga staged a runway show that took place, well, on a red carpet. Before the premiere of a Balenciaga meets The Simpsons episode.
For the first time, two top Italian labels have joined forces and combined their creative perspectives to design two collections in one, Fendi by Versace and Versace by Fendi, which will be commercialised next May.
ASOS has become the latest big fashion name to enter gaming, although its new multi-million-dollar deal with esports brand Fnatic isn't just about a game, it's a partnership with the two firms collaborating more widely.
Four characters from the video game – Doggo, Ramirez, Knight and Banshee – will now be able to don pieces inspired by collections from the French luxury house, which is also releasing physical Fortnite apparel.