Revstance is a new digital marketplace launched as a sustainable platform to sell or rent out independent luxury fashion and jewellery brands. It also allows consumers “to make conscious and sustainable fashion choices”.
Icelandic clothing brand 66°North is to open a UK flagship store in London’s West End this autumn. It will be the outdoor heritage label's Europe flagship, marking its first venture outside of Iceland and Denmark.
Adidas Originals is linking up again with London-based MrBailey “to ignite the start of an ongoing partnership that will see the innovative designer reimagine the Trefoil’s futuristic Ozworld family of silhouettes”.
With the British Grand Prix having taken place at the weekend, and moving to Austria, France and Hungary later in July, Selfridges is aiming to tap into F1 frenzy and has opened a new experience as its London flagship.
As doing the right thing becomes ever more important to fashion companies, luxury giant Burberry has named a new vice-president for corporate responsibility with Caroline Laurie joining from DIY specialist Kingfisher.
Despite predictions that the pandemic has changed fashion forever, normality is returning fast with UK searches for e-fashion falling as shoppers return to stores. But there's also an increased interest in pre-owned.
From July 21 to 24, the French luxury house Hermès is inaugurating its HermèsFit event in Los Angeles. Four days where fitness-meets-fun in a world that immerses visitors in fashion accessories and sports.
Paris haute couture week begins officially Monday morning, but smart brands love to express themselves in its slipstream, as did Paco Rabanne, Patou and Alaïa with three highly accomplished shows on Sunday evening.