Vera Wang’s DNA is a disparate amalgam: posh goth; Japanese avant-garde; louche lady rocker; juvenile Miss Havisham; downtown femme fatale. All of whom made appearances in her show Tuesday morning in New York.
Running from Thursday, October 3 through Sunday, October 6, the official schedule for New York Fashion Week: Bridal boasts more than 40 designers, with highlights including a 20th anniversary show from Anne Barge.
Supima, the hyper quality American cotton company, has revealed the names of the finalists and jury for its 12th Annual Supima Design Competition, to be staged 59 Chelsea Piers on the Hudson River on Thursday, Sept. 5.
Peter Pilotto, one of London Fashion Week’s most happening houses, will stage its next runway show in Milan this autumn, making its Italian debut in the storied Teatro Manzoni on Wednesday, September 18.
LuisaViaRoma, Florence’s leading fashion boutique and Italy’s fastest growing luxury e-tailer, is teaming up again with the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) this summer with a major event in Sardinia this August.
The Spanish bridal brand is reorganising its leadership to support its ongoing global growth. The retailer is parting ways with creative director, Hervé Moreau, and will appoint a design team to lead to the brand.
The luxury fashion designer has joined forces with the non-profit organization, which gifts bridal attire for US troops, to run a contest offering 10 military and first-responder couples a dream wedding package.
Philip Green’s fashion empire Arcadia Group on Tuesday said it received applications from legal entities of U.S.-based property group Vornado challenging two of its seven planned Company Voluntary Agreements (CVAs).
Following news that Asos is looking to cut up to 100 jobs at its London headquarters, the online retailer could be looking at further redundancies after kickstarting a review at its customer care facility in Watford.