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Women's fashion week: Ten trends for winter 2023-2024
From New York to London, Milan and Paris, designers have created high quality collections for Autumn-Winter 2023-2024, marking a return to formal elegance without losing sight of uninhibited sexyness.
Under-pressure Superdry names advisors to help it cut costs
Superdry may have seemed to be on a general recovery path, but the road ahead is still a tough one and the company has hired Interpath Advisory to help it cut costs.
Gap sees weak sales as inflation-hit consumers rein in spending on apparel
Gap on Thursday posted a bigger-than-expected fourth-quarter loss and forecast full-year sales below estimates, signaling a slowdown in demand for its apparel as inflation-weary consumers curb discretionary spending.
Lucky Brand, Laura Ashley launch fashion collaboration
Premium denim and lifestyle brand Lucky Brand has teamed up with Laura Ashley to launch a limited-edition women's fashion collaboration, debuting with the release of one of two expected capsules.
Rokh, Abra, Mossi and Situationist: four different interpretations of avant-garde in Paris
Faced with the challenge of reinventing fashion, niche brands opted to collaborate with other international firms, master their tailoring skills or focus on environmental responsibility.
As buyers demand it, Bangladesh garment factories go green
Bangladesh's garment factories have long been known for producing low-cost garments in often harsh working conditions, but international pressure for more sustainable clothing production is starting to change that.
Deeny’s Dozen: The 12 best collections in the world this season
The runway season just ended marking a restoration of reined in chic, with brands and designers keen to capture new followers after the dark grind of the pandemic. We select the 12 most memorable fashion statements.
Ukrainian brands Bevza and Di Stavnitser showcase elegance and resilience in Paris
Resilience and adapting to a bleak backdrop mark the Ukrainian mindset and its fashion collections. FashionNetwork.com discuss business in times of war with firm Bevza and the newly launched brand Di Stavnitser.
In The Style to be sold for just £1.2m, Frisby still on board, but stock exchange listing to end
Womenswear e-tailer In The Style reported the results of its strategic review on Tuesday and it means a proposed sale of the business a name change, board exits and a cancellation of its stock market listing.
Zalando battles through 2022 headwinds to report higher GMV but lower profit
Zalando had a tough year in 2022 as “e-commerce tailwinds turned into economic headwinds”. But GMV still rose and it remained profitable, despiite an earnings plunge, with plenty of promising developments.
Germanier: Paris Fashion Week's most exciting new talent
Kevin Germanier is a Swiss with an Irish name who happens to be bursting with talent. As his zany, surrealist yet also commercial collection shown Monday in Christie’s Paris auction house fully displayed.
Louis Vuitton: Edgy urban luxury in the Musée d’Orsay
How to survive with style in the urban jungle was the overriding image of the latest collection by Nicolas Ghesquière for Louis Vuitton staged Monday lunchtime in Paris.
Pure, modern, colourful: Pierre Cardin is back on official Parisian calendar
Two years after the death of its eponymous founder, Pierre Cardin made its return to Paris Fashion Week on Sunday evening, 30 years after dropping out of the event’s official calendar.
Valentino: Black-tie magic
Only Pierpaolo Piccioli could link Valentino Garavani with Johnny Rotten and combine them into a great fashion collection and show. Taking the idea of black-tie and using it to re-imagine a whole sense of style.
From spray-on dresses to robots, Coperni continues to showcase innovation
Faced with the challenge of outdoing the success of Bella Hadid's spray-on look, the brand led by Sébastien Meyer and Arnaud Vaillant created a dialogue between models and robotic wolves inspired by Jean de La Fontaine.
From Cali to Paris, Colombian designer Johanna Ortiz shows at Paris Fashion Week
The Colombian luxury brand unveiled its "effortless" designs distinguished by their unique prints that have already won over leading luxury e-commerce retailers in Paris, at a show held at the Palais Garnier.