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LFW's men's event won't happen in January, labels to join women's event again

LFW's men's event won't happen in January, labels to join women's event again

​The fashion events calendar is struggling to get back to some sort of normality as UK lockdowns end while the pandemic rumbles on, and the menswear edition of London Fashion Week is being affected by this.
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Catwalks
Final Virgil Abloh show in Miami following shock death

Final Virgil Abloh show in Miami following shock death

Louis Vuitton will present the final collection by designer Virgil Abloh in Miami on Tuesday, following his death from cancer at the age of 41.
Luxury
Catwalks

Vetements: Bitcoin boys and babes are all the rage

Just when you thought that brands were getting back to doing live shows on runways, when along comes Vetements with another digital lookbook in an ode to Bitcoin billionaires.
Fashion
Catwalks

Craig Green to return to London with next show in February

Craig Green will return to stage his next collection in London, staging an off-calendar in the week prior to the UK capital’s next runway season in February. 
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Design

Scotch & Soda teams up with artist Edward Granger

Scotch & Soda teams up with artist Edward Granger

Amsterdam-based lifestyle fashion brand Scotch & Soda is teaming up with New York artist Edward Granger for the launch of a mural installation and two limited-edition t-shirts.
Fashion
Design
Tweed weaves a way from Scottish islands to catwalk

Tweed weaves a way from Scottish islands to catwalk

Originally associated with Britain's aristocracy and gentlemen farmers, the textile is now being made a key element in the collections of major brands, including Chanel, Dior, Yves Saint Laurent and Hermes.
Fashion
Design

Pop-punk and grunge looks are set to inspire 2022 fashion

After a year of fluctuations between comfort and elegance, albeit restrained, a wind of freedom may be blowing through fashion in 2022 with the return of punk style.
Fashion
Design

Armani to ban angora wool from next winter season

Armani Group said on Wednesday it would no longer use angora wool starting from the 2022-23 autumn/winter season, adding it to the list of excluded materials under its fur-free policy.
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Industry