The trade event dedicated to the wedding world, organized by Fira de Barcelona, has cancelled its June edition due to the travel restrictions affecting 75% of its participants. The event may be held later in the year.
It looks like fashion runways are finally about to start warming up. After 15 months of online fashion seasons and virtual catwalks shows, several luxury marques will stage shows on catwalks in the next two months.
The next men's fashion season has been confirmed. The London, Milan and Paris Fashion Weeks will take place from 12 to 27 June, while Pitti Uomo will return with a physical event scheduled to run 30 June to 2 July.
Thom Browne will stage his next fashion show in New York this September, in a show of support for the city and for his partner Andrew Bolton. But the designer plans to return to the Paris catwalks next year.
Burberry’s chief creative officer Riccardo Tisci dedicated his latest collection to warrior women like his mother; a homage to feminine power featuring all manner of flags, unveiled online on Wednsday.
Michael Kors feted his 40th anniversary with a performance by Rufus Wainwright; a video show shot outside and inside the Shubert Theatre; a vintage-with-a-twist collection and guest appearances by Broadway show legends.
Rapid antigen tests and 30% less capacity characterised the second edition of the Madrid fashion week to be held in hybrid format, a yearning for celebration mixing with calls for women’s rights and guest politicians.
Just as more and more brands opt for being super digital, Christian Dior is keeping it very real; and live, as it did Monday night, when it unveiled its pre-fall 2021 collection to an audience of 1,000 in Shanghai.