London-based designer Ifeanyi Okwuadi won the fashion prize hands down at the 36th edition of the French festival, which placed a strong emphasis on sustainability, while Capucine Huguet won the accessories prize.
The denim industry trade show is currently being held in Milan in a hybrid format, both in-person and online, with the exhibitors’ collections and the event’s scheduled conferences available in digital format.
The denim-only tradeshow has announced that, in light of current developments related to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, it is canceling this season’s New York event, originally scheduled for December 6-7.
Having seen a return to almost normal levels of activity in April, Shanghai's textile and apparel trade shows will hold their next editions, with appropriate health and safety measures, from August 25 to 27.
The fashion trade fair is making its physical comeback in NYC at the end of July, when it will welcome 67 international and domestic companies to its first in-person event since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Originally planned for August, the trade shows have been postponed to fall, with the Portland edition now set to run September 29 through 30, while the Boston event will take place October 4 through 5.
The Federation de la Haute Couture et de la Mode, the organization that controls the calendar of Paris runway seasons has unveiled two new digital devices allowing fashion houses to measure their ecological impact.
As Tranoï and the French Fashion Federation join forces, and Who’s Next and Mode & Objet confirm their dates, French trade shows are preparing their return, after cancelling several editions due to the pandemic.