London Fashion Week was filled with directional trends and, quite frankly, some beautiful and wearable collections. We, the WGSN editors, check in after a few days of frenetic show-hopping with our personal highlights.
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As the first full day of NYFW rolled out, kickstarting a season that spans the fashion capitals, we were treated to a number of stellar collections, Ulla Johnson for one.
Sep 07, 2018
As experiential retail continues to resonate well with consumers, Mulberry is taking its Autumn Winter 18 collection out east to South Korea, with a series of immersive experiences across Seoul.
Sep 06, 2018
In an era of nomadic workforces and lifestyles, the new consumer is on-the-go – and convenience is key. Chop Chop is helping to shape the hair industry to suit this consumer. WGSN's Alice Gividen reports.
Jul 30, 2018
Tiffany's new store in London's Covent Garden marks another step in luxury's attempt at relaxing its offering. Dubbed Style Studio, it’s less about the grand and the traditional and more about an intriguing, relaxed shopping experience.
Jul 11, 2018
It's no secret that shopping malls are facing multiple challenges, but just what is it they need to do to transform their fortunes and ensure longevity? Fundamental changes in consumer shopping behaviour aside, a new survey has come up with some suggestions.
Jun 25, 2018
Daniel w. Fletcher turned traditional tailoring on its head at show one of London Fashion Week Men's. The fresh take on dressing smart ties in with the WGSN forecast. Here's what we thought.
Jun 09, 2018
At the Global Department Store Summit in London, Neil Clifford, CEO of Kurt Geiger, the world’s leading global luxury footwear retailer debated on whether the sneaker had reached peak sales.
Jun 07, 2018
Located in the heart of Lahore, Pakistan, the Zohra Rahman workshop is rooted in a reinterpretation of the Eastern concept of gharana (apprenticeship). WGSN caught up with the jeweller to talk apprenticeships, brand mission and design aesthetics.
Jun 01, 2018
Today marks 'Bitcoin Pizza Day', eight years since programmer Laszlo Hanyecz used 10,000 bitcoins (then worth $30), to purchase two pizzas. With bitcoins current value, it would be an 82 million dollar order. WGSN's Alice Gividen reports
May 23, 2018