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As the autumn 18 season of womenswear catwalks draw to a close this month, Drapers asks top buyers to reveal their standout collections and industry insight of the key directions to know.
The autumn 18 edition of London Fashion Week saw a visit from the Queen and Christopher Bailey’s last collection for Burberry. Here, Drapers brings you trend analysis straight from the catwalk.
Between Christopher Bailey bowing out at Burberry and Queen Elizabeth II’s surprise appearance, designers shone at a strong autumn 18 edition of London Fashion Week (16 – 20 February).
London Fashion Week came to a close today after a packed five days of fashion. Claire Miles, head of The Shop at Bluebird shares her highlights from the final day.
Despite questions over the future of London Fashion Week Men’s following the departure of some big names, emerging labels flourished in the limelight at a successful spring 19 edition.
On day two of London Fashion Week Men’s spring 19 edition, Selfridges’ buying manager for menswear Jack Cassidy talks us through his highlights from the day.
On the first full day of London Fashion Week Men’s spring 19 edition, Harvey Nichols’ menswear buyer Danielle Grantham shares her thoughts on the collections and trends to note.
Menswear sales continue to outperform womenswear, new research has shown, as the twelfth edition of London Fashion Week Men’s (LFWM) opened on 8 June.
The season-defining shows, top trends to know and key items topping their buying list, Drapers asked buyers from Harvey Nichols, Selfridges, Farfetch, Stylebop, The Shop at Bluebird ...