Expect a somewhat confusing scene in London Fashion Week this season, with a multitude of art installations, pop-ups and events open to the public –though much of that will represent a very welcome change.
Show over the weekend at London Fashion Week ranged from the whimsical dance-inspired, at Preen by Thornton Bregazzi, to House of Holland's tough-as-nails utilitarianism and statement femininity at Molly Goddard.
UK heritage fashion brand Ben Sherman is focusing its attention back on the US market and is to open a pop-up store in Soho, New York in time for the autumn and Holiday shopping seasons complete with in-store live music.
London-listed fashion e-tailer Koovs has delivered a trading update, unveiled a strategic plan to “deliver scale and profitability” and has also announced that it wants to raise £50 million as its cash reserves are low.
Maybe it’s all the talk and tweets about who has the biggest nuclear button between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un? For one overriding trend in London Fashion Week Men's (LFWM) this season was Survivalist Chic.