Sustainability was the key message at Pure London as its new Conscious section debuted with a broad selection of sustainable brands and the seminar and discussion programme took a deep dive into the issue.
Brooks Brothers is opening an exhibit in Grand Central Terminal that will celebrate the 200th anniversary of the brand. History, innovations and iconic fashion items will be on display as well as limited-edition product.
Stylist magazine and shopping malls giant Intu have announced that the large-scale consumer fashion and beauty event, Stylist Live, will take place outside London for the first time at Intu Trafford Centre, Manchester.
The brand activation will see Vans host a warehouse-style structure featuring a live music stage, bar, vintage photo booth and workshop space with screen printing hosted by British skate company Lovenskate.
Stories Behind Things, a female-led sustainable fashion collective, will be hosting a clothing swapping event at the Hoxton Hotel in Holborn this month and is looking to the concept to continental Europe.
FIMA, the Festival International de la Mode en Afrique, and the continent’s largest regular fashion event, is on the move. Plans were revealed to bring the next edition of the fashion and arts festival to Morocco.
Huf is releasing an apparel and accessories capsule stemming from a collaboration with Los Angeles-based artist Cleon Peterson who is known for his monochromatic paintings depicting dark themes of chaos and brutality.
Adidas Das Days is heading to New York next month for a nine-day stop of its global skateboarding event tour. Das Days New York will offer immersive experiences designed to elevate the skateboarding scene in NY.