Tag : Pure
The increase in awareness and demand for ethical brands, alongside the amount of press and celebrity involvement in recent months, indicate how ethical fashion is moving forward at a fast pace. But how far have we come and how far have we yet to go? We take a look into how the market is changing and ask you where you think ethical fashion is heading….
The Joys of Paris. The Land of Lilliput. Stuck in the Metro Doors and my Hunch from Notre Dame.Subscription
There was a sort of calm on Thursday for the opening day of Premier Classe. It was slow on arrival but it gave me the opportunity to rush through and see clearly what was on offer. The impression was that the accessory area was smaller but the footwear sector had grown.
Going to church with vente-privee and Drapers! Subscription
At One Marylebone, the former practising Holy Trinity Church, we all had a wonderful evening attending The 20th Anniversary of the Drapers Awards held in association with www.vente-privee.com
Drapers Inspiring Indies and Stitch A/W Parties.Subscription
February was full on for TFN, not only did we have trade shows to visit we also had an array of parties to attend and as always we take partying just as seriously as working…
Pure London to host panel on BrexitSubscription
London trade show Pure will hold a panel discussion next week about the political, economic and industry implications of the UK’s exit from the European Union, chaired by Drapers’ editor Keely Stocker.
Womenswear independents heading to London trade shows Pure and Scoop this weekend have been forced to cut their spring 17 budgets following a difficult start to the summer.
Pure London spring 17: The key product newsSubscription
The latest product updates and new launches from London trade show Pure
Helen Moore branches out into menswear Subscription
Fake fur brand Helen Moore has launched its first menswear range.
Brothers Gio and Daniel Najar are attracting more and more big-name stockists for their girly occasionwear brand.
Womenswear indies are looking forward to premium trade show Scoop’s return to the Saatchi Gallery in Chelsea this season, following a temporary move to Old Billingsgate.