Fashion industry

February 24, 2021

Feed your moths and hide your trousers: the expert guide to making clothes last forever

T here is a split in the armpit of Orsola de Castro’s jumper. The lady raises her hand rich in the air so I can see […]
February 23, 2021

Digital fashion designers sought for UK’s first degree in virtual couture

T he apparently sci-fi world of electronic couture – in which social media marketing users can buy virtual clothes to be worn online, whilst gamers can […]
February 6, 2021

New York fashion week 2021 eclipsed by Chinese new year

Brand new York’s big week begins on 14 February, 2 days after the start of the Year from the Ox, putting it head-to-head with Chinese new […]
February 5, 2021

US show to celebrate work of black fashion trailblazer Patrick Kelly

A retrospective from the work of Patrick Kelly, the black fashion designer who else confronted racist stereotypes, is going to be staged in the autumn. Patrick […]
January 23, 2021

'Hate-wear' and 'sadwear': fashion's new names for lockdown dressing

With online sales booming but retail within sharp decrease , the pandemic is promoting shopping for ever. Practical, comfy items suitable for a life style of […]
January 9, 2021

Sweatpants out? Savile Row tailors predict end of the lockdown look

Last week, the developer Jil Sander told the particular New York Instances that it was time for you to finally ditch sweatpants since “down-dressing is a […]
January 5, 2021

Chiffon face masks and chainmail balaclavas: an eerie end to a peculiar Paris fashion week

I t could be the standout look from Paris, france fashion week so far. The willowy brunette stands underneath the red awning of one from the […]
December 24, 2020

Cancelled office parties hit Christmas jumper sales

The ugly Christmas jumper is almost as ubiquitous as bad jokes in crackers, but with many of us working from home and office parties on hold, […]