The wraps have finally been taken off the new Boss store that has been tantalising passers-by on Oxford Street in recent months. The megastore proves that the street retains its appeal for big names in fashion.
From June 21 to 26, Men's Fashion Week is returning to Paris. The packed program will feature 40 physical fashion shows, eight major comebacks, three new names and numerous events, including the Marine Serre show.
The Milan menswear season finished Monday with a path-breaking, sprightly and jaunty Zegna collection unveiled before a giant vista of the Italian Alps, in a season longing for a return to this country’s roots.
Primark had big news on Monday and no, it wasn’t that trading is going well (which it is). It was that the company is working on a UK launch of a trial Click & Collect service for the end of this calendar year.
Three weeks ago, Amazon Style opened its first brick-and-mortar clothing store. FashionNetwork.com went to test the store and reveals all the details of a new concept that is expected to spread to other cities.
Major Polish fashion retailer LPP Group, which owns fashion brands Reserved and Sinsay among others, performed “well” in its February-April quarter, a notable result "given the war on the eastern border”.
Abercrombie & Fitch Co subsidiary Gilly Hicks is the latest fashion retailer to open on Carnaby Street, one of London’s busiest shopping destinations. The opening is part of the brand’s EMEA expansion plan.
After a six-year absence, Venetian apparel group Slowear returns to Pitti Uomo with the Incotex Blue Division collection's second season, while preparing to open its second store in New York at the end of June.