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From leopard prints to lashings of leather, through to fuzzy textures and the return of the suit, Drapers diciphers the key autumn 19 menswear trends from Milan Fashion Week.
Gaps left by some of the big-name designers leaving the Milan Fashion Week Men’s schedule presented opportunities for smaller brands to shine this season
The 13th edition of London Fashion Week Men’s on 5-7 January kicked off the autumn 19 buying season with a bang. Here are the key trends and new directions from the city’s designer brands.
London Fashion Week Men's new home is a hitSubscription
Buyers, designers and the Drapers team braved plunging temperatures in the capital this week for the autumn 19 edition of London Fashion Week Men’s (LFWM), which settled into its new home in east London.
The man re-tailoring Hugo BossSubscription
Since becoming CEO of Hugo Boss in 2016, Mark Langer has been reconfiguring the brand for the future.
As the British tailoring business turns 70, third-generation family owner and managing director Simon Cope is rebranding and expanding with a new store concept.
What products are driving the high street?Subscription
Drapers speaks to some of the UK’s biggest retailers about what consumer trends and key pieces are driving autumn 18 sales, and what will have an impact for spring 19.
Brazilian designer Pedro Lourenço is back with environmentally conscious unisex label Zilver, doing sustainability his way.
The environmental audit committee, led by Mary Creagh, is halfway through investigating the social and environmental impact of disposable fast fashion and the wider UK industry.
Hit or Miss: menswear autumn 18Subscription
Drapers’ secret shopper tests menswear retailers at the Lexicon Bracknell