A major investor in London department store Liberty is exploring a sale of its stake in the business, according to a report, with private equity company BlueGem having “asked UBS to sound out prospective bidders.”
On Saturday morning in Milan, with extreme right-wing protestors and anti-Fascist marchers due to face off in the center of the city, Giorgio Armani sent out a collection extolling the idea of a world without frontiers.
The latest house to develop a new way of showing its women’s ready-to-wear is Mulberry, which presented on a London runway, a collection much of which it first revealed in a Paris showroom four months before.
Enter the Era of Nostalgia. A mood of reminiscence is gripping New York Fashion Week this season. It’s as if designers were longing for the good mood of happier eras in America’s past, and not its angry present day.
Harrods’ Fine Watch Room is to get a makeover over the next year, with plans including expanding the space to house ten large boutiques and an elevated multi-brand area. The redevelopment is due to be completed in 2018.
London Fashion Week Men's will always be about discovering raw talent, and few are rawer, and cooler, than Charles Jeffrey, whose Loverboy show was the first proper fashion moment in the menswear season this weekend.
Gender-bending in a Tudor royal court, where the dashing courtiers looked en-route to an all-night rave party in a rather brilliant show by Edward Crutchley, the brilliant, Scots-born Louis Vuitton alumni.