Latest fashion news London
From the best new fashion collaborations to store openings, we round up all the latest fashion news Londoners need
A new lease of life is being breathed into homes of London's coolest bright young things, thanks to Shrimps' first ever fashion-interior collaboration with Habitat.
The ever-playful Hannah Weiland is has dreamed up a slew of quirky motifs and characters to a series of must-have textiles and artworks for the home. From fantastical creatures to jesters and crowns, the collection is as joyful as the cult crayola-coloured faux furs that made her brand so famous.
Shop the collection here
On its 30th anniversary year, luxury e-retailer Matchesfashion.com has opened the doors to a five-storey townhouse at 5 Carlos Place in Mayfair.
The townhouse will host a whole lot of shopping, talks, art exhibitions and live events as well as being open to the public.
The major manoeuvre in the online fashion site's growth strategy exists as the embodiment of retail's future, where lifestyle is merged with transactions to create a more organic approach to modern shopping.
Read more here
Inspired by the sketches of surrealist artists Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dali, Rixo has partnered up with their first ever collaborator, Laura Jackson, to launch a capsule collection.
The print that runs throughout the collection is entitled 'Free as a Bird', and features lemons and shells, surrealist faces, nudes, and birds in flight. Perfect for the free-spirited.
Romantic, feminine and arty, it's a print-lovers dream, and a guarunteed sell-out.
The collection will be available to shop exclusively at Net-a-Porter from 24th September.
A decade after Victoria Beckham made her first appearance at New York fashion week, she is returning to home soil for her tenth anniversary show.
It's a coup for London, and the buzz post-announcement is testament to VB's remarkable success and rise to prestige. We hope to see more than one Spice Girl on the FROW.
In other news, VB has announced the launch of a special edition t-shirt to mark the tenth anniversary of her brand. Get ready to see it splashed all over Instagram. See the t-shirt here.
A shoppable shrine to 'French Girl Style' has landed in Notting Hill.
After a South Molton Street pop-up whipped Sézane fans into a queue-around-the-block frenzy late last year, and following two successful openings in Paris and New York, the brand has opened a brick-and-mortar boutique in Notting Hill's Westbourne Grove.
Read more here
After the incredible success of Anya Hindmarch's Chubby Hearts in February, comes the second wave of the project: the Chubby Cloud.
It will be an experiential installation inspired by the cloud motif that adorns the AW18 Chubby Collection. Located in Banqueting House, London, visitors will be able to climb on and sink into the world’s largest bean bag under the only in-situ Rubens painted ceiling in the world.
What's more, the three day event boasts an impressive line up of talks, meditations and more, with highlights including: bedtime stories read by Poppy Delevingne and Claudia Winkleman; Yana Peel in conversation with Marc Quinn and Victoria Sin, talking about body image in art; and Anya Hindmarch in conversation with Lisa Armstrong.
Find out more here
The fashion industry is cleaning up its act.
After years of destroying unsold items to avoid the threat of counterfeiters and intense discounting, with £28.6 million worth of goods destroyed in 2017 alone, Burberry is changing for the better.
Now, in a ground-breaking change of policy, the luxury fashion house is addressing its 'responsibility agenda' announcing it will end it's destroying policy, as well as banning the use of animal fur in their designs.
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