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BFC sets dates for next three London Fashion Weeks, but calls off independent men’s season in January

BFC sets dates for next three London Fashion Weeks, but calls off independent men’s season in January

The British Fashion Council, UK fashion’s governing body, announced on Thursday the dates of the next three editions of London Fashion Week, even as it revealed that there would be no January menswear season in 2021.
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Hedi Slimane reimagines his classic woman for Celine

Hedi Slimane reimagines his classic woman for Celine

Filmed in a Monaco stadium, Hedi Slimane unveiled his spring/ summer 2021 collection for Celine with a runway show that mixed bourgeoise-style silhouettes with sporty, casual looks straight out of American campuses.
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Lanvin unveils spring/summer 2021 collection in Shanghai

Parisian brand Lanvin, owned by Chinese business Fosun, held its runway show in an ancient garden in Shanghai to reveal its Eastern-inspired spring/ summer 2021 collection which combined opulence and chic minimalism.
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Amiri does Lautner 'n' Roll in Beverly Hills

One brand keeping very busy despite the pandemic is Amiri, which opened its debut boutique last week on Rodeo Drive, and followed that up with a Friday morning show in Los Angeles.
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Boss unveils collaboration with Russell Athletic

Boss unveils collaboration with Russell Athletic

The German fashion label and the American sportswear company have teamed up to launch a collaborative capsule collection taking inspiration from the archives of both brands.
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Fulllife: when former board sports and dotcom executives turn to gamer apparel

Fulllife: when former board sports and dotcom executives turn to gamer apparel

Gameswear start-up Fulllife has yet to drop a collection, but the company headed by French entrepreneurs Alexandre Malsch, Bruno Maugery, Thomas Chambolle and Philippe Vial has already raised €2.5 million.
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Hyères Fashion Festival recognises Belgian designer Tom Van der Borght’s wild creativity

On Sunday, Tom Van der Borght, a Belgian designer whose clothes one must “dare to wear”, made with recycled materials that “no one wants any more,” won the main prize at the fashion festival in Hyères, France.
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Haute couture at fast fashion prices? Look no further than virtual clothing

Fancy slipping into a million-dollar dress for the modest sum of £65? It doesn't sound possible, but Singapore-based luxury label Republiqe may have the solution with its virtual haute couture clothing.
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