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Weekly RoundUp

A snippet of this week's global industry insights, from LVMH's multi-brand website launch, to the 2017 Copenhagen sustainability summit and more...

  • 24 Sevres, LVMH's new multi-brand fashion site
  • Dion Lee at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia
  • Carlos Place townhouses in Mayfair
  • Chinese artist Liu Wei's runway set for Max Mara’s autumn collection
  • Copenhagen Fashion Sustainability Summit
  • Paul Surridge, new creative director of Roberto Cavalli
  • The made in America movement driven by innovation, not nationalism
  • Rising Chinese designer Xuzhi Chen, founder of emerging label Xu Zhi
  • Raf Simons and Sterling Ruby backstage at Calvin Klein

LVMH CONFRIMS LAUNCH OF MULTI-BRAND FASHION SITE 

Business Of Fashion

"Launching in June, LVMH’s 24 Sevres will enter a fast-growing yet highly competitive luxury e-commerce space with fashion, cosmetics and luggage products from the group’s own portfolio as well as other brands"

 

WHY YOU SHOULD GET EXCITED ABOUT AUSTRALIAN FASHION WEEK 2017

ELLE Australia

“Dion Lee kicking off the Resort collections on Sunday afternoon is already set to be a highlight of the week, along with Christopher Esber, Michael Lo Sordo, Strateas Carlucci, Anna Quan and Albus Luman"

 

MATCHESFASHION ANNOUNCES NEW LONDON TOWNHOUSE RETAIL CONCEPT

Business of Fashion

"The site, at 5 Carlos Place, will open in the autumn of 2017, introducing a new retail concept for the brand. The six storeys and 5,000 square-feet of space will play host to events and offer three floors of private shopping suites for clients, as well as a two-floor retail store"

 

CAN CHINESE ARTISTS LEAD LUXURY BRANDS INTO NEW TERRITORY? 

South China Morning Post

"A new generation of wealthy, globally aware and media-savvy Chinese collectors made its mark in the world of art and it wasn’t long until luxury brands picked up on the cue"

 

IN COPENHAGEN, GEARING UP FOR A CIRCULAR FASHION SYSTEM

Business Of Fashion

"The organisers of the Copenhagen Fashion Summit will ask the global fashion industry to come together and work towards the adoption of a circular economic model. This call to action has already been co-signed by some of fashion’s biggest and most influential businesses, including Adidas, Kering, H&M and Target"

 

ROBERTO CAVALLI APPOINTS CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Vogue

"Roberto Cavalli has appointed Paul Surridge as its creative director, following Peter Dundas's departure from the role last October"

 

THE MADE IN AMERICA MOVEMENT DRIVEN BY INNOVATION, NOT NATIONALISM

Fast Company

"The shift is clear: These days, instead of massive conglomerates making generic products, a wave of tech-savvy startups are choosing to manufacture in America. Their reasons for going local often have little to do with patriotism. Can their success lead to a revival of American manufacturing on a larger scale?"

 

WHY RISING CHINESE FASHION DESIGNER XUZHI CHEN SEES LONDON AS THE PERFECT BASE AND CHINE THE MARKET TO REACH 

South China Morning Post

"The London-based designer is known for his deconstructed fabrics and feminine silhouettes, and his Xu Zhi label has already won over clients such as Dong Liang, Lane Crawford and SKP in Beijing"

 

FOUR AMERICAN FASHION HOUSES BEING RESHAPED BY IMMIGRANTS

Business Of Fashion

"Especially in today’s political climate, that a Belgian, a Canadian-Korean, a Dominican, a Brit and a Scot have been charged with breathing new life into some of America’s most admired fashion brands underscores the country’s status as a nation of immigrants, whose rituals, tastes and customs are melded together to define its own."