Fashion radar: products and trends to know about
Paris Couture autumn 16: nine trends to knowSubscription
The glamour and extravagance of couture rolled into Paris last week, showcasing some of the finest craftsmanship and design in the world. As ever, what happens on the couture catwalks will have an impact on evening- and occasionwear trends for the coming season. Here Drapers highlights nine of the key trends we spotted through the week.
Footwear brand Attribute to launch in LondonSubscription
There is a new footwear brand to watch: Attribute.
Sandwich launches denim collectionSubscription
Dutch womenswear brand Sandwich is debuting its first denim capsule collection for spring 17, called Sandwich Loves Denim.
House of Holland teams up with UmbroSubscription
Street style favourite and London Fashion Week staple House of Holland has paired up with 1990s-inspired sportswear brand Umbro Pro Training for a spring 17 collection.
Rixo London maxes sales opportunitiesSubscription
Rixo London was launched in September 2015 by former Asos buyers Henrietta Rix and Orlagh McCloskey. The vintage-inspired womenswear label has quickly become known for its feminine dresses, blouses and skirts with a signature bohemian air.
British designer Christopher Raeburn has teamed up with MCM Worldwide on a premium capsule collection celebrating the accessory-focused brand’s - 40 year heritage.
Champions of 1990s sportswearSubscription
Turn back time with classic 1990s sportswear styles, as retro brands make a comeback.
For those seeking to boost their buy with a touch of summer style, accessories brand Pia Rossini is launching a vibrant, bohemian beachwear collection for spring 17.
First look: H&M x Kenzo collaborationSubscription
Get a first look at the high street chain’s latest designer collaboration with Parisian label Kenzo.
Occasionwear brand Frock and Frill, known for their glamorous evening dresses, is set to launch a larger-sized collection called Curve, as well as an exclusive bridal edit.