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Alice Gividen

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An explosion of the elements at Mary Katrantzou

This season, Mary Katranzou presented a sparkling prism of silhouettes, adorned in frothy frills and sequins. True occassionwear at its finest. WGSN's Lizzy Bowring reviews.

Eudon Choi A/W 19: A collection of contrasts

Grey skies over London made the perfect backdrop for Eudon Choi's soft-brutalist show setting. WGSN's Alice Gividen shares her highlights.

Fashion Week need-to-knows: London retail

In town for London Fashion Week? If you find yourself in-between shows this season – or you’re trying to dodge the Fashion Week frenzy – take a look at some of the best store openings across the British capital.

Trending Now: #PsychedelicHiker

New York Fashion Week is well underway, and the WGSN content team are combing over collections,  looking for trend confirmations and for new inspiration. Trending now? #PsychedlicHiker

Fashion Week need-to-knows: New York retail

New York Fashion Week is around the corner. So if you find yourself in-between shows this season – or you're trying to dodge the fashion week frenzy – take a look at some of the best store openings across the city. WGSN's Alice Gividen reports.

2019 trending: Why cowhide is your new leopard print

Cow print is the latest print to emerge on our trend radar, tying different trends and areas of influence together. Here's why it could be the new leopard print. WGSN's Alice Gividen reports.

Nike Adapt BB: Personalisation, connectivity and future footwear

Nike’s latest shoe innovation isn’t simply about advanced materials and boosters that improve performance. The new Adapt BB offering is, ultimately, about personalisation, and linking up shoe tech with the smartphone.

A/W 19: London calling – designers to watch

Space for emerging designers to truly showcase their talent is London's calling card. WGSN's Alice Gividen weighs in on who you should be watching as Men's A/W 19 gets underway.

Beauty futures 2019: Sub-zero waste

With sustainability front of mind for government and industry alike, it comes as no surprise that emerging trends for the year ahead are relating to this message. 2019 is predicted to be the year of Sub-Zero Waste as a significant beauty and personal-care trend.

Climate concerns: The power of the resale market

As consumer priorities shift, the desire to buy into and benefit from the circular fashion economy is growing. The resale market is gaining traction, and the winning retail brands of 2019 and beyond will be those that tap into the appetite for the resale process.

Trustenomics: Brands as community

Consumers are existing in a climate of fear and worry. As trust in Governmental bodies continues to wane, consumers are looking to place that trust in brands that stand up for them. This is Trustenomics.

Fashion goes tech: Stella McCartney’s sustainable push

As we move into 2019, winning fashion brands will be those that prove to consumers that sustainable fashion doesn't have to mean a compromise on aesthetics. Stella McCartney speaks to WIRED UK on her part in the sustainable movement.