The final day of the catwalk season: Chanel staged a magnificent homage show to Last Year at Marienbad; Nicolas Ghesquière pulls off an agenda-setting collection at Vuitton and A.W.A.K.E. Mode experiments brio.
In a standout moment from this Paris Fashion Week, the Coperni label ended its runway show by unveiling a dress of a whole new kind, literally painted live on Bella Hadid in front of a captivated audience.
John Smedley launching a limited edition Cornwall sweater in partnership with The Campaign for Wool as part of Wool Month's “celebration of homegrown manufacturing and an ode to England’s age-old farming traditions”.
Mulberry’s days as a catwalk brand may be long gone but the company on Monday launched back into full-on ready-to-wear with an outerwear collection that it’s linking closely to its latest star bag line.
Henri Alexander Levy showed his latest collection for Enfants Riches Déprimés in France's top-ranked high school the Lycée Henri IV. And for next season, it very well seems that the kids aren't going to be all right.
John Lewis on Monday launched its first womenswear rental platform in a deal with rental specialist Hurr. Available at johnlewis.com/fashionrental, it hosts a range of John Lewis labels and over 20 contemporary brands.