Fashion radar: products and trends to know about
Video: River Island Design Forum x Tourne de TransmissionVideoSubscription
Tourne de Transmission’s contemporary take on Eastern styling takes centre stage in River Island’s latest Design Forum collaboration.
For its second “see now, buy now” collection, Tommy Hilfiger created a theme park-style consumer-facing catwalk extravaganza in California’s Venice Beach.
As the spring 17 edition of London Fashion Week kicks off in less than a month on 15 September, Drapers rounds up the fresh names, new additions and key changes to know ahead of the five days of catwalk shows and presentations.
Spill the Tea causes a stirSubscription
Ethical, vegan, independent and 1990s are all buzzwords on the young fashion scene, and new brand Spill the Tea is seeking to tap into the market.
Solace London goes casualSubscription
The occasionwear-focused label adds a casual touch for spring 17.
Shirt brand to know: BrutaSubscription
Embroidered details have been a growing trend that’s exploded for spring 17. Buyers looking for a great way to stock the trend should look no further than unisex shirt brand Bruta
Scandi-luxe outerwear launches by BrøggerSubscription
Introducing Brøgger, a new Scandinavian label to know, launching for autumn 17.
Scandinavian trainer brand Woden has launched a premium eco-friendly “fish leather” collection for spring 17.
Scandi brand Serac makes UK debutSubscription
Scandinavian countries have a reputation for high-quality outerwear, and Norwegian brand Serac, founded by Tore Mortvedt, former lead technical designer for Helly Hansen, is the latest name on the scene.
Say hello to Brock CollectionSubscription
An American womenswear brand to know: Brock Collection