Frances Lowe of conscious womenswear label Loclaire debuted her collection on 19 July 2019. She describes the Loclaire customer as kind, curious, and strong; it’s less of an age, and more a mindset.
New Zealand designer Zambesi is celebrating its 40th year in business with an offsite New Zealand Fashion Week show tonight. The label has partnered with rideshare company Ola in an activation which will see Ola cars and drivers ‘dressed’ in a bespoke adaption of its tile print during the week.
Inside Farmers’ store of the future at Westfield Newmarket
Farmers is set to open a two-level flagship store covering more than 7,000 square metres at Westfield Newmarket on Thursday. The new store is home ...
“What might a Louis Vuitton or Off-White digital piece of clothing be like?” Matthew Drinkwater, head of the Fashion Innovation Agency at London College of Fashion, mused to Vogue in April earlier this year. The question came in the wake of Carlings, a multi brand Scandinavian retailer, selling out its first digital-only clothing line. The process saw fashion designers manipulate photos of customers, so it appeared as though they were dressed up in Carlings' apparel. Customers would then go on to share the photos of themselves on digital platforms, Instagram, Facebook, and the rest, without actually having to wear the clothes.
In the last couple of years, Kiwi fashion designers like Ingrid Starnes, Juliette Hogan and Paris Georgia have rolled out bridal ranges. Now they’ve been joined by Karen Walker. We asked Walker what’s behind the rise of designer bridal.