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  • London-headquartered online fashion brand KOOVS recently announced its upcoming collaboration with Indian-origin designer Manish Arora, known for his focus on his trademark palette of pink and gold, to launch a capsule collection based on the theme ‘Love is Love’. The collaboration comprises elevated women’s wear pieces and introduces a Unisex category.The Unisex range includes key pieces inspired by Tuzki, a special rabbit emoji from WarnerMedia Entertainment Networks.This is Manish Arora Paris
  • Texworld Paris and Texworld Denim Paris continue to be a dominant force when it comes to sourcing for fabrics, components, trimmings and materials for the clothing industry. This year, the events saw 1014 exhibitors from 25 countries. There has been growth in ranges for sustainable sourcing, especially noticeable at Texworld Paris, with almost 80 suppliers.Pic: Texworld Paris Messefrankfurt“We are delighted with the choices we have made and with the momentum that we have been able to generate at
  • Apparel brands Asket and Lindex are the first of four brands to join Circle Economy’s Switching Gear project in order to explore circular business models and connect with a global network of rental and recommerce experts.Swedish fashion retailer Lindex launched a sustainability promise in April. © Circle Economy“Circular business models such as recommerce and rental offer commercial opportunities for brands to innovate their business model while optimising the useful life of clothes to their ful
  • Fashion for Good launched its new Good Shop theme 'Reborn' which dives into brands trying to create apparel and footwear that is circular and reduces need to use new resources. The brands as part of Reborn are C&A, Frankie Collective, Mafia, Pure Waste, Silfir, and Wao, and will be available in Good Shop as part of Fashion for Good experience in Amsterdam.Pic: Fashion For GoodThe new theme features brands such as Frankie Collective, reworked overstock that is transformed into highly
  • Brand:One of the fastest growing Australian brands, Forever New, is a fashion clothing and accessories brand founded in late 2006.Brand ambassador:Diana Penty is the first ever Indian face of Forever New .Product profile:The autumn/winter'19 collection is inspired by old Hollywood glamour that features deep plums, shimmering fabrics and deep jewelled tones.Retail presence:The brand now trades over 250 stores in ten countries globally since its inception.About Diana Penty:She is a model and H
  • Mark Howard Thomas has quit New-York-based fashion label Helmut Lang roughly two years after being appointed creative director of menswear there and will reportedly be headed to Lacoste in Paris as its new men’s designer. Thomas posted a self-portrait of himself on Instagram and Facebook announcing his departure from his Manhattan sojourn.He left a month after presenting a critically-acclaimed runway show for Helmut Lang during New York Fashion Week this past September, according to fashion medi
  • UK-based Directa Plus, one of the largest producers and suppliers of graphene-based products for use in consumer and industrial markets worldwide, is now developing a technology to transfer an electrical signal exploiting the electrical conductivity properties of graphene, according to its chief executive officer and founder Giulio Cesareo.Graphene is a form of carbon consisting of planar sheets which are one atom thick, with the atoms arranged in a honeycomb-shaped lattice.This would open a lot
  • German sportswear brand Puma, French luxury fashion house Balmain and Britsh actor and model Cara Delevingne are teaming up for their first creative collaboration.Puma x Balmain created with Cara Delevingne, which launches on 21 November, will come in the form of two limited-edition capsule collections designed by Balmain’s creative director Olivier Rousteing and Delevingne. The capsule also marks the first time Delevingne has designed a collection for Puma since she joined the brand in 2016.The
  • While ready-to-wear brands have just shown their spring/summer 2020 collections during New York, London, Milan and Paris fashion weeks, the biggest brands in bridal, ranging from Vera Wang to Monique Lhuillier and Galia Lahav showcased their autumn/winter 2020 bridal ranges as part of Bridal Fashion Week in New York. FashionUnited has picked out its 7 standout collections that it thinks brides will be wearing in 2020.Viktor and RolfAvant-garde fashion house Viktor and Rolf showcased their latest
  • Luxury fashion companies should celebrate the growing consumer interest in pre-owned items rather than seeing it as a threat. While fashion houses like Chanel have spoken out against popular resale retailers likeThe RealRealandWhat Goes Around Comes Around,new research conducted by Boston Consulting Group (BCG) in partnership with reseller Vestaire Collective confirms that the second-hand market is actually way to boost luxury sales through helping new consumer demographics to garner an interest
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