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YNAP opens "cutting-edge" distribution centre, boosts Net-A-Porter stock capaity

YNAP opens "cutting-edge" distribution centre, boosts Net-A-Porter stock capaity

Net-A-Porter and Mr Porter have received a major logistics boost as owner Yoox Net-A-Porter has officially opened its new “cutting-edge” logistics hub in Landriano, near Milan.
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LFW: Simone Rocha, Roksanda, Paul & Joe and Osman

LFW: Simone Rocha, Roksanda, Paul & Joe and Osman

London Fashion Week’s final day of major shows on Monday was the latest tour around the capital, from outdoor Hyde Park art centre to East End church with stops in Mayfair, from gentleman’s club to concept restaurant.
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Milan prepares for intense fashion week spread around four corners of the city

Milan prepares for intense fashion week spread around four corners of the city

The Milan women’s fashion week starts on Tuesday with a schedule of 173 events, 65of them catwalk shows, featuring the return of Cavalli, Versace and Jil Sander, MM6’s first physicalshow and many interesting new names.
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Isabel Marant appoints Kim Bekker as artistic director

Isabel Marant appoints Kim Bekker as artistic director

The Parisian fashion house has appointed the Dutch designer, who has worked in its studio for more than ten years, as its new artistic director. She will be responsible for both the brand's men's and womenswear.
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Emmy Awards 2021: Glamour meets color in a vibrant red carpet cocktail

Emmy Awards 2021: Glamour meets color in a vibrant red carpet cocktail

After the all-out extravagance of the MTV Video Music Awards and the Met Gala, make way for the glamour of the Emmy Awards, with a return to floaty dresses, rhinestones and barely-there sheers.
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LFW: Erdem in Bloomsbury; Roland Mouret in Greece

LFW: Erdem in Bloomsbury; Roland Mouret in Greece

The weekend’s key show in London Fashion Week was by Erdem, where the designer was inspired by his new neighborhood Bloomsbury and two of its legendary eccentrics, Dame Edith Sitwell and Lady Ottoline Morrell.
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Casualisation not the end of the road for office suits says Charles Tyrwhitt study

Casualisation not the end of the road for office suits says Charles Tyrwhitt study

Office dress codes may be more casual post-pandemic, but men still need to invest in smart suits for business. That could be good news for menswear as it means men need to buy a wider variety of clothing.
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Television's best bring glamour to Emmys red carpet

Television's best bring glamour to Emmys red carpet

Television's A-list returned to the red carpet in high style for the Emmys on Sunday -- a more traditional display of sartorial savoir faire after the pajamas and hoodies seen at last year's mostly virtual event.
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Lil Nas X helps catapult Versace to top of Met Gala media impact charts

Lil Nas X helps catapult Versace to top of Met Gala media impact charts

According to a report from Launchmetrics, the “Montero” singer’s three-in-one Versace look helped the Italian brand make a big impression at this year’s Met Gala, dedicated to American fashion.
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London Fashion Week day two: Labrum London, Molly Goddard, KNWLS and Edeline Lee

London Fashion Week day two: Labrum London, Molly Goddard, KNWLS and Edeline Lee

Not that many shows, but plenty of ideas this weekend at London Fashion Week, with the highlight on Saturday an explosive show by Labrum London, staged before live band Balimaya Project.
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OTB entrusts North American operations to Laura Dubin-Wander

OTB entrusts North American operations to Laura Dubin-Wander

The veteran of Dior and Givenchy was previously responsible for Coach's activities in the North American market, a role that she will now take on at the Italian group owned by Renzo Rosso.
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London Fashion Week opens with Edward Crutchley, David Koma and Nensi Dojaka

London Fashion Week opens with Edward Crutchley, David Koma and Nensi Dojaka

There might not be that many shows in London Fashion Week this season, or that many guests, nonetheless the season opened with a bang on Friday with three diverse and memorable statements.
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À Couvert is new luxury men's outerwear brand from James Small

À Couvert is new luxury men's outerwear brand from James Small

A new high-end men’s outwear brand is launching next month with luxury British label À Couvert making its debut via an exclusive at Frasers Group’s Flannels chain.
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Cross-border shopping: luxury grows fastest, but customer service must improve

Cross-border shopping: luxury grows fastest, but customer service must improve

The pandemic and Brexit issues may have dented cross-border shopping in recent periods, but the channel is bouncing back and luxury is fuelling that comeback, a new reports shows.
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Chanel creates Chair of Savoir-Faire at IFM

Chanel creates Chair of Savoir-Faire at IFM

Chanel has a created Chair of Savoir-Faire at the Institut Français de la Mode (IFM), part of a five-year commitment to the leading Paris fashion college.
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Moncler to unveil new Genius project simultaneously in 5 cities, with Alicia Keys

Moncler to unveil new Genius project simultaneously in 5 cities, with Alicia Keys

On September 25, the down jacket label will unveil in Milan the new Genius collections by 11 designers, with pop star Alicia Keys headlining an online event staged concurrently in New York, Shanghai, Tokyo and Seoul.
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