Luxury shoe designer Christian Louboutin has received yet another set back in an attempt to register its red sole shoe as a trademark in Switzerland - this time from the country’s highest court - The Federal Supreme Court of Switzerland in Lausanne, whom rejected the luxury footwear brands appeal to register the colour red as a trademark.
This past week we have had London Fashion Week, which has showcased bags of creativity. The 65th edition of London Fashion Week, which had it’s new home down at The Store Studios, the strand - featured 51 catwalk shows and 32 presentations.
British based designer, Hussein Chalayan, who has shown his collections in Paris for over a decade, has returned to the London Fashion Week schedule. The designer presented his collection at Sadlers Wells theatre, a well know home for some of the designers most dramatic shows.
Franca Sozzani, the editor-in-chief of Vogue Italia since 1988, and a woman I personally have had deep admiration for, has died after a year-long illness. As Alexandra Shulman, British Vogue editor-in-chief puts it "powerful, beautiful, intelligent and creatively adventurous. She was really was legendary.”
Carolina Herrera has filed a lawsuit against Oscar de la Renta in the Supreme Court of New York in an attempt to delay the fashion house from hiring Laura Kim — a former employee of Herrera — until April 2017.
There’s a dawning realisation that if you want to be a so-called heritage brand, you have to be able to tell the story through objects…An archive can be useful for design inspiration, for lending to an exhibition, or for if you think you’d want to do your own retrospective.