By Li-mei Hoang
LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s fashion designers kicked off the second day of London Fashion Week with quirky weather-themed collections featuring Wellingtons boots and printed raincoats as the rest of the nation struggled with the wettest winter on record.
Boot-maker Hunter, a favorite of the Duchess of Cambridge, the former Kate Middleton, showcased its latest autumn/winter collection on Saturday, with live entertainment from magician Dynamo.
Models splashed their way down the runway, which was decorated with real trees, in thick knitted jumpers, neoprene bomber jackets and rubber duffle coats in bold primary colors.
Woollen long johns, high-heeled Wellington boots and PVC jackets also featured in the collection, which was watched by U.S. Vogue Editor Anna Wintour and fashion designer Stella McCartney, whose husband Alasdhair Willis is creative director of the brand.
Hunter’s show on the London Fashion Week calendar marks a first for the 150-year British brand, which received substantial investment to expand internationally after U.S. private equity firm Searchlight bought a majority stake in 2011.
The British fashion industry has grown 20 percent over past four years and is worth around 26 billion pounds ($43.50 billion), according to the British Fashion Council.
“We’re seeing investment from lots of different areas,” said British Fashion Council CEO Caroline Rush. “I believe that investment from the Kering Group and LVMH has really solidified that there is an opportunity here.”
Designer Orla Kiely also based her collection on Britain’s famously wet weather, with a “cats and dogs” rain theme featuring printed raincoats, elegantly tailored shift dresses and thick knitted jumpers in olive green, pale pink, ochre and charcoal grey.
Earlier in the day, long-established designers Jasper Conran and John Rocha showcased a different mixture of luxurious materials throughout their collections including cashmere, calf leather and appliquéd embellishments.
Inspired by his travels in Iceland, John Rocha featured voluminous silhouettes and giant ruffles, in rich shades of midnight green, smoky grey and poppy red.
Using a mixture of textures such as velvet, tweed, felt and leather, Rocha said he applied a lot of craftwork to his creations, with traditional Irish hand crochet and appliquéd floral detailing decorating his loosely structured dresses and coats.
“People do buy my beautiful dresses because they know it’s something you can treasure. You can’t get it anywhere else,” he told Reuters.
Conran presented a sleek collection of tailored dresses, fitted pencil skirts and boxy jackets on Saturday in celebration of the female form.
Models sashayed down the catwalk in fitted cashmere jumpers, wool jersey dresses and calfskin leather jackets in black, grey, orange and pale pink.
“It’s the idea that she is empowered but she’s hourglass-shaped. It’s quite luxurious, quite comfortable,” Conran told Reuters backstage. ($1 = 0.5977 British pounds)
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Designers Fyodor Golan Combine Nokia Smartphones to Make a Super Smart Skirt That Changes Around You
Nokia and LFW Designers Fyodor Golan reveal the world’s first interactive skirt
LONDON, February 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ –
Nokia has partnered with exciting design duo, Fyodor Golan, for London Fashion Week, to create the world’s first interactive skirt made up of Nokia Lumia 1520 smartphones.
It has a new store opening on Fifth Avenue, Kate Moss’s latest collection will hit the shops within weeks, and its catwalk show is a highlight of London Fashion Week — but Topshop is not taking life too seriously.
Drawing on classic floral prints and school uniforms, “dishevelled elegance” is this season’s theme for Unique, the top-end line by the British high-street chain which holds its catwalk show on Sunday.
“We’re looking at this old etiquette book we found, it’s called ‘How to be a lady’. With our Unique girl, we’re saying it’s ‘How NOT to be a lady’,” head of design Emma Farrow told AFP a few days before the show.
Founded 50 years ago in the basement of a department store in Sheffield, northern England, Topshop has undergone a remarkable transformation in the past decade to become a global fashion player, a purveyor of cutting-edge style and a sponsor of new talent.
The company has expanded beyond its teen base to attract fashionistas of all ages, helped by lines such as Unique, offering “more refined” pieces at mid-range prices.
But despite the catwalk show and plans to open a 40,000-square-foot store on New York’s Fifth Avenue this year, Topshop has managed to keep its image as the rebellious little sister of British fashion.
“Our girl is quite tough and cool and a bit adrogynous but she’s still got a bit of an edge to her, she likes to dress up to go out,” said Farrow, 39.
This image will be reinforced in April’s collection by Moss, the uber-cool British model who is resuming her collaboration with Topshop after a break of four years.
Farrow was tight-lipped about its content, but said: “It’s very exciting. I’ve seen it, it’s incredible. It’s very new but still the essence of her.
“It’s going to come from a very different place that I think will really excite customers.”
Philip Green, the owner of Topshop and its men’s line Topman, pulled off a major coup in signing up Moss in 2007 for what turned out to be 14 collections over three years.
Other collaborations with designers such as Mary Katrantzou and J.W. Anderson have cemented the brand’s position at the forefront of high-street fashion.
-’Challenging trading conditions’ -
Topshop is not immune to the tough economic climate and Green admitted in November that trading conditions “remain challenging”.
His company Arcadia, which owns Topshop, the BHS department store and fashion chain Miss Selfridge, reported a 2.7 percent fall in annual like-for-like sales.
But the company is rapidly expanding abroad, fuelled by the December 2012 sale of 25 percent of Topshop and Topman to a US private equity group, Leonard Green and Partners.
Topshop has long had a strong online presence and still attracts people from around the world to its flagship 90,000 square foot Oxford Street store in London.
Now it also has outlets from Japan to Brazil and across the United States, through a partnership with US department store Nordstrom and several stand-alone stores.
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Down the road from the Oxford Street store, at Topshop HQ, a small army of designers produce 300 different lines that go into stores every week, everything from coats to shoes, lingerie and make-up.
The sheer range and the rapid response to catwalk trends are key to the company’s success, but it has also built a powerful brand that elevates it above the raft of high-street chains ripping off top designers.
“I don’t think people come to us for a look, a top-to-toe outfit that was shown in Vogue. They come to us to live a story for the season,” said Farrow, tall and willowy in a floral print Jill Stuart dress.
Nowhere is Topshop’s influence more evident than at London Fashion Week, where it sponsors up-and-coming designers to hold their own shows through the NewGen scheme.
Past NewGen beneficiaries include Alexander McQueen, Christopher Kane and Mary Katrantzou, while this year’s winners include Simone Rocha and Marques’Almeida.
Unique’s show is also one of the hottest tickets in town, last season featuring Cara Delevingne and drawing Anna Wintour of American Vogue to the front row.
Launched in 2001, Unique has been showing in London since 2005. Farrow took over two years ago and, with creative director Kate Phelan, ditched some of the more wacky designs of the past, such as fluffy animal hats.
“It has to be, for me, the essence of what I’d like to wear,” Farrow said.
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New York design kings Marc Jacobs, Ralph Lauren and Calvin Klein closed out Fashion Week Thursday by unveiling their fall/winter runway collections to a star-studded audience.
Fashionistas braved a major snowstorm, picking their way on stilettos through the ice and slush to attend en masse the hotly anticipated catwalk shows of both fashion empires.
With New York fashion darling Marc Jacobs holding the last show, the global fashion bandwagon heads to London on Friday before winding its way to Milan and Paris.
His shows are always spectacle and this was no exception as models with translucent faces and bronze lips walked almost like zombies beneath low-hanging artificial clouds.
Dressed in monochrome, minimalist silhouettes of white, gray, bronze and earth, they marched through the maze-like set in clean, simple silhouette dresses over tight trousers.
A voice off stage repeated over and over again “happy days are here again,” “let’s sing a song together” and “the sky above will clear again.”
The dresses were low cut, with a slit up the side, a silhouette repeated with low-cut tunics and heavier wooven matching trousers.
Earlier in the day, Lauren got a standing ovation from the crowd, which included actress Kim Basinger, for his younger line Polo and his classic Collection.
Polo offered up urban collegiate style in bright colors with bohemian adventure, a strappy black dress and large orange parka or a leather mini skirt with shirt and tie.
The Collection oozed glamour in monochrome, gray, ivory, white and pale pink. There were large capes in creme cashmere, elegant trousers and a spangly pink evening dress.
“I love the contrast of Polo’s cool eclectic spirit with the luxury and modern glamour of Collection,” Lauren said. “Each represent my vision of the individuality and style.”
In a TriBeCa loft with views of the iconic Manhattan skyline, Calvin Klein unveiled a collection unique for the week in showing only clothes appropriate to chilly weather.
In black, white, green, peach and brown, women’s creative director Francisco Costa sent models out in long skirts, chunky high neck sweaters and wide-collared coats.
There were sleeveless and pleated woolen dresses with the seam stitched on the outside, use of patchwork and with stripped detail on hemlines.
Kenyan actress Lupita Nyong’o, stunning in a pale pink dress and an Oscar favorite for her role in “12 Years A Slave” sat next to Anna Wintour and US actress Naomi Watts.
Traffic was treacherous in New York, where eight to 14 inches (20 to 36 centimeters) of snow were expected to fall and flakes turned to freezing rain.
- ‘A season of color’ -
Key trends of the week have been fur coats, back and reworked, gypsy dresses, bomber jackets, leather, metallics, tartan, oversized jackets, belts and sweatpants.
“It’s a season of color, of contrast where lifestyles are mixed, furs are important,” Nicole Fischelis, fashion director at Macy’s department store, told AFP.
“Lengths are either very short or very long. We see shorts and maxi dresses.”
She singled out established US designers Jacobs, Michael Kors, Vera Wang and Tommy Hilfiger for special praise, and had her eye on the upcoming new generation.
Wang’s collection was a “good mix of clothes that are very wearable but at the same time very romantic, extremely well made, very modern with astonishing quality,” she said.
Kors was “very, very good” and Hilfiger “excellent” with “all the must-haves” of the season, Fischelis added.
She also praised Anna Sui, whose exotic collection was inspired by the Shanghai of the 1920s, as a colorful show that put everyone in a good mood.
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New York attracts the most promising young designers from all over the planet, but cutthroat competition makes kings of the best and buries the mediocre.
Every year, hundreds of talented young people pour into the city dreaming of becoming the next Alexander Wang or Jason Wu, both stars of the runway before they were 30 years old.
The influx has helped fuel a renaissance in the local clothing industry, which had suffered badly at the end of the 20th century.
“Being a young designer in New York is the place to be. It’s where you can get so much exposure,” says Jonathan Bowles, executive director of the Center for an Urban Future, which is dedicated to developing the local economy.
New York has it all — celebrated design schools such as Parsons and the Fashion Institute of Technology, a strong textiles tradition, international brands and biannual fashion weeks.
“Every year we seem to see a number of designers emerge out of almost nowhere and catapult their careers. It’s really the place to do that,” Bowles told AFP.
But it’s a do-or-die atmosphere for those who still work for other fashion houses or even in other industries while waiting to launch their own line.
“It’s a paradox,” says Adam Friedman, executive director of the Pratt Center for Community Development.
“It is harder to break out, but on the other hand, this is where the talent is. So from a city perspective, you have this incredible concentration.”
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“You need a great product,” says Caroline Fuss, a 26-year-old Australian from Zimbabwe who cut her teeth at Proenza Schouler before founding ready-to-wear label Harare.
“You need something that the market doesn’t know it wants yet and you need it to be well executed.”
Fuss gets most of her fabrics made in small communities in Guatemala and cuts them at her studio in the Garment District, the spiritual home of New York fashion.
“We have amazing seamstresses that work for Thakoon and The Row and Sophie Theallet, so the quality of the make is extraordinary,” she told AFP.
The sustainability and ethical aspect of her brand is very important, she says.
“I am a female, I want to continue to support female entrepreneurs and females externally in the world.”
Lindsay Mann, the 29-year-old artistic director of Kotoba, a small line launched in the United States in 2012 by Japanese group Shima Seiki, admits that New York can be stressful.
But she feels her label has an edge thanks to its trademark knitting technology — “wholegarment” — and because the product is “100 percent made in USA.”
“There are still so many small brands out there that are still manufacturing in China and I don’t see why. If you’re small, you should be manufacturing here,” she said.
The machines used by Kotoba knit garments in one piece, making production quicker and requiring fewer staff.
There is “little to no waste,” she said, adding that the process is “much more sustainable.”
Ethical production has become a higher asset in the wake of tragedies such as the 2012 factory fire in Bangladesh that killed 111 and highlighted appalling safety conditions in the textiles industry.
Ivan Gilkes, co-owner of the Aikaz showroom, said being based in New York made it easier to work with clients and provided a boost to the local economy.
“It’s an incredible city and a lot of stuff is getting outsourced from the US all the time and it’s really great to support that (sustainability) effort,” he told AFP.
Everyone agrees that “Made in NYC” is a very powerful brand for emerging designers, none more than Bob Bland.
Bland believes there is a lifestyle shift for customers who want to know more about where their clothes are made and for that, they are prepared to pay a little more.
“Fashion is designed to make people feel good about themselves,” she told AFP.
“These tragedies that happen in the production of clothing is absolutely the opposite of making people feel good.”
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By Barbara Goldberg
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Ralph Lauren, Michael Kors and other designers at the close of New York’s Fashion Week on Thursday showed swathes of color as sweeping as the outdoors in collections inspired by America’s landscapes and rugged coastlines.
A theme of Americana drove Lauren’s Polo collection, shown as a snowstorm raged outside, featuring serape sweaters and a patchwork cardigan reminiscent of the red, white and blue sweaters Lauren designed for the U.S. Olympic team.
Hundreds of designers showed their fall 2014 collections on runways and in showrooms across New York over the past week. Fashion shows now move to London, Paris and Milan.
Lauren’s Polo models sported electric green, orange and yellow over a black base, often a leather miniskirt over leggings, and hiking boots with 5-inch heels and bright red or orange laces.
The more upscale Ralph Lauren collection featured elegant cashmere and chiffon capes and gowns, some drenched in glistening beads, as well as jodhpurs, suede pants and Mongolian lamb coats, all in a single color of cream, mauve or gray.
Turtlenecks, either cashmere knit or buttoned high or ruffled, dominated as did over-the-knee suede boots.
“Really, really classy,” said Elsa Fralon, website editor for Belgian Elle.
“But it’s for Kim Basinger, not me,” she said of the Hollywood actress who was among the celebrities to attend the show.
The Polo collection’s boyish looks felt somewhat recycled, while the pastels and soft colors of the signature collection were a refreshing change, said Fralon and another member of the audience, Sara Bauknecht, fashion editor for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
“They are so cozy and feminine,” Bauknecht said.
Nubby knits, exposed seams and turtlenecks high enough to hide inside marked Calvin Klein’s collection as did oversized collars on boxy overcoats secured with enormous safety pins.
Stars attending the Calvin Klein show included Oscar nominee Lupita Nyong’o of the movie “12 Years a Slave” and actress Naomi Watts.
At Michael Kors’s show, Northern California’s craggy coastline was the inspiration for chunky sweaters, men’s wear-inspired baggy pants, full-length coats and rugged soled shoes in a palette of grays, browns and camel.
Fur accents and a splash of sparkle showed up on many pieces, including a taupe sequined fringe skirt paired with a taupe cashmere blouse.
“Big Sur, big city… A blend of urban polish with laid-back Northern California ease,” Kors wrote in a statement accompanying the show that drew celebrities Michael Douglas, Blake Lively, Frieda Pinto and Rose Byrne.
At his first-ever New York Fashion Week show, Korean designer Lie Sang Bong said the beauty of Yellowstone National Park inspired his collection of tailored suits with splashes of molten reds and sky blues.
Weaving seamless patterns of lace, cashmere and leather, his coats were reversible, adding a surprisingly utilitarian element to their luxury. A black sleeveless dress of alternating ribbons in leather and wool that accentuated the waist was a particular crowd pleaser.
(Additional reporting by Marina Lopes; Editing by Ellen Wulfhorst and Ken Wills)
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BEIRUT, February 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ –
Leading Middle Eastern eyewear brand Magrabi Optical offers eyeglasses and sunglasses made with an array of different materials.
Over the last couple of years, eyewear designers have had to use new, innovative materials in order to better serve different types of customers and their varied needs. Today, wearing glasses isn’t just about vision correction or eye protection. If anything, the eyewear field now has more in common with the fashion industry: glasses are treated similarly to clothes in that they are a reflection of the wearer’s personality.
Since every customer is unique, a variety of materials need to be used to offer different types of spectacles. For example, Oakley & OGA mostly use aluminum frames while Mykita, Lindberg and Magrabi Optical’s own Solo Eyewear usually opt for titanium to make flexible and light frames. Tree Spectacles, as the brand name indicates, mainly utilize wood frames.
Each frame type presents its own advantages. For example, plastic frames provide unique colors and hypoallergenic benefits while titanium frames are light, extremely resistant to corrosion and also hypoallergenic.
Designers have incorporated a wide range of materials such as leather, velvet, pearls and crystals to satisfy women seeking a feminine and fashionable look.
Indeed, Ray-Ban has manufactured leather Aviator sunglasses while Chanel has used leather and pearls in its frames. Bvlgari builds frames using jewelry, Italia Independent has provided its own velvet sunglasses collection and Dolce & Gabbana’s 2014 winter collection has even incorporated mosaic.
What’s more, ceramic materials have recently been introduced to the eyewear industry and brands that use ceramics will soon be added to Magrabi Optical’s portfolio. This will enrich the brand’s varied collection of spectacles and sunglasses and will undoubtedly appeal to customers in the MENA region.
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Magrabi Optical is one of the world’s top international optical retailers, providing end-to-end eye care products and services across Turkey, the Middle East and North Africa. The chain is devoted to providing the highest quality vision correction services to customers, with a wide-ranging selection of the world’s finest prescription spectacles and sunglasses from international brands, as well as its own exclusive private label collections.
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NEW YORK, Feb. 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ – On a cold New York Fashion week evening, key media personnel and influential lovers of color came together to warmly welcome Pantone, the world’s most iconic name in color, into fashion. To unveil their new men’s sportswear collection Pantone Colorwear has launched a popup store in New York’s Meatpacking District, dazzling visitors with a color explosion that encircles the store space from front to back.
A direct reflection of the modern philosophy of design, Pantone Colorwear thoughtfully combines emotion and functionality for empowered style aligned with comfortable usability. Taking the staples of every man’s wardrobe – tees, tanks, pants, shorts, sweaters – the collection presents a sophisticated twist of basics in an elegant contemporary style. The attention to detail and garment finishing results in a genteel collection of haute basics, available in Pantone’s immense range of standardized colors. The SS14 collection also colorfully incorporates polo shirts, hoodies, jackets, cardigans and accessories, as well as their previously-release swimwear collection.
“Having been such a defining guide and inspiration in color for decades, this exciting new apparel line makes so much sense for Pantone to extend their color leadership into the fashion industry,” says Deepak Gayadin of Pantone Colorwear’s US arm, Empire & Branch. “We’re very excited to be launching Pantone Colorwear here in North America, and proud to be doing so here in New York City.”
Made in Europe and executed in the United States under Empire & Branch, this modern sportswear is targeted at the male that appreciates classic style and vibrant color, this collection epitomizes the new basic – minimal yet all about the details. For information on North American availability contact Empire & Branch: firstname.lastname@example.org
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NEW YORK, Feb. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — 5W Public Relations, one of the 25 largest independently owned Public Relations firms in the US, is pleased to announce the addition of AEROSOLES to its roster of fashion and apparel clients. For more than 25 years, AEROSOLES has been innovating footwear, producing stylish shoes and boots that incorporate advanced technologies for superior comfort.
As PR Agency of Record for AEROSOLES, 5W Public Relations will execute a comprehensive public relations program designed to increase consumer awareness to the brand’s proprietary technologies and extensive product portfolio. 5W Public Relations will assist in all levels of communication development and execution.
“We are proud to partner with AEROSOLES, a company that has distinguished itself through its singular goal to offer women the most comfortable footwear possible,” said Ronn Torossian, CEO of 5W Public Relations. “With 5W’s extensive experience in footwear, fashion, apparel, accessories and retail public relations, we are confident we will be a strong asset in enhancing awareness to AEROSOLES’ products and the brand’s unique value proposition to consumers nationwide.”
“We are very excited about our new relationship with 5W,” said Jules Schneider, CEO of AEROSOLES. “We selected them because they understand what our product is, and the uniquity we bring to the comfort shoe market. We believe they are the best suited partners to tell the world our story about how we combine AEROSOLES developed technologies, many of which are patented, with stylish design that is the base of the AEROSOLES line. We are very excited about our partnership.”
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