Menswear’s two most defiantly artistic designers – Craig Green and Jonathan Anderson – began Saturday with two strikingly unique visions in Paris, before Hermès presented a salutary lesson in nonchalant chic.
Off-White has announced a collaborative partnership with U.S. Major League Baseball (MLB) and headwear brand New Era to create a limited-edition apparel range featuring several MLB team colours and logos.
Heritage knitwear label John Smedley is making a major push into China and is currently launching a suite of digital activities for consumers on the mainland, “to drive the brand forward in the world’s largest market”.
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.
When a charity-focused launch hits the right note, it can really see its sales soaring and on Monday, In The Style announced that its link-up with Dame Deborah James has raised over £1 million in less than a month.
Hugo Boss is continuing its casualisation and youth-focused drive for its Boss label and has unveiled its latest limited-edition capsule collection, a collaboration with “next-generation creator” Khaby Lame.
Good to see a few properly cut suits in Milan, opening and more or less closing the Prada show, in a tour de force of tailoring leavened by some conceptual gingham on Sunday, as Etro and J.W. Anderson also staged shows.