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Brands & Designers

Mini Mode 2019

Mini Mode Global Kids Fashion Week to launch virtual runway show...

Mini Mode Global Kids Fashion Week will be launching its first Virtual Runway Show called ‘Mini Mode Sponsored by Harumika’ on Friday 19 and Saturday
Barbour House of Hackney

Barbour collaborates with House of Hackney for AW21

Heritage lifestyle brand Barbour is collaborating with luxury British interiors company House of Hackney for the first time on a capsule womenswear collection for AW21.

Filippa K appoints new CEO with focus on international growth

Scandinavian fashion brand Filippa K has appointed Rikard Frost as its new CEO, effective from 1 April, 2021. In the meantime, Erik Björk will continue as interim CEO for the brand.
Ellessee, Blok

Ellesse named as official apparel partner for BLOK in new global...

Ellesse has become the official apparel partner of studio and digital fitness platform BLOK, in a global deal that will see the brands co-create promotional
Joules

Marks & Spencer to add more third-party fashion brands

Marks & Spencer is accelerating its third-party brand strategy for fashion having reportedly signed deals to sell Joules, Phase Eight, Hobbs and Seasalt online and in-store from this Spring.
Gymshark // Fenty Skin

Skincare and apparel brands poised for a positive 2021

Skincare and apparel brands are primed for a positive year ahead, after both categories posted “particularly strong gains,” in 2020, while others struggled to weather the COVID-19 storm, a new report by Tribe Dynamics claims.
Sara Brennan, Positive Business Director, Pentland Brands

Pentland Brands appoints first ever Positive Business Director

Pentland Brands has announced the appointment of Sara Brennan as its first ever Positive Business Director.
Anine Bing Sport

Anine Bing to launch sportswear collection

Anine Bing, the LA-based model turned designer, has announced the addition of a new category of activewear essentials to her label's permanent products. Ranging from
Carrie Elizabeth Jewellery

The Interview: Carrie Dennahy, founder of Carrie Elizabeth Jewellery  

In 2015 Carrie Dennahy took the bold decision to cast off her successful corporate buying role and set up her own e-commerce brand. Six years on and the leap has proved to be well-worth the risk, with the Carrie Elizabeth Jewellery business booming thanks to a growing list of customers, including high-profile celebrity clients, who are drawn to its uniquely designed pieces and ethos. Launched to fill a perceived gap in the market for beautiful, ethically-crafted jewellery, at an affordable price point, the brand is powered by Carrie, who together with her small and agile team, are adept at responding to changing customer demands and today’s challenging
ISAWITFIRST, Mean Girls

ISAWITFIRST launches new Mean Girls loungewear collection

Online fast-fashion retailer ISAWITFIRST has launched a new lounge and nightwear collection in collaboration with the noughties film Mean Girls. The exclusive Mean Girls Collection...
Sarah Coonan

PODCAST: Liberty Buying Director, Sarah Coonan

Welcome to the latest episode of our Podcast series where we bring you inspiring stories, retail insights and conversation from fashion and beauty's most influential business leaders. 
The Bias Cut

The Bias Cut sales leap 463% in December

Online women’s fashion retailer The Bias Cut – founded in 2016 but rebranded in September 2020 - has announced record sales figures during the...
Jasper Conran

Jasper Conran launches handbag collection for wholesale and direct-to-consumer

English designer Jasper Conran is launching a new collection of women’s handbags and purses under the Jasper Conran London brand name, which will be...

H&M announces collection with Simone Rocha

H&M has announced London-based designer Simone Rocha as its latest collaborator, with past designer tie-ups including the likes of Martin Margiela and Donatella Versace. Launching 11...
Stella McCartney

Activists head up new adidas by Stella McCartney SS21 campaign

Part one of the new adidas by Stella McCartney SS21 "Future Playground" collection is available from tomorrow and, for the first time, the creative...
LFW

London Fashion Week February 2021 to go ahead without a live...

The British Fashion Council (BFC) has today confirmed London Fashion Week will go ahead Friday 19 February to Tuesday 23 February 2021, without a...
AMI

AMI partners with investment firm Sequoia Capital China

Alexandre Mattiussi’s luxury men’s fashion brand AMI has partnered with leading investment firm Sequoia Capital China to accelerate the brand’s long-term global expansion and...
Hush

Hush merges performance and style in launch of new Activewear collection

Hush’s SS21 Activewear collection has hit the market with a focus on sustainable, technical fabrics and design - in-line with growing consumer demand for...
Bridgerton British Fashion Council

British Fashion Council teams up with Netflix on Bridgerton project

Three young designers have created dresses inspired by the hit series Bridgerton as part of a partnership between the British Fashion Council and streaming...
Cecilie Bahnsen at Copenhagen Fashion Week

Copenhagen Fashion Week will take place online only while trade fairs...

Copenhagen Fashion Week has said its catwalk event will take place online only while the city's trade fairs for February 2021 have been cancelled. Denmark...