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Hot off the heels of Vetements announcing it will show during men’s fashion week in Paris rather than haute couture week and the CFDA confirming men’s autumn/winter shows will join women’s at New York Fashion Week in 2018, Bottega Veneta has revealed it will be making the move from Milan Fashion Week to New York come February. The move will mark the opening of its New York flagship store early next year, with the Italian fashion house set to close the day, following Nicole Miller and Cushnie et Ochs on February 9.

J.W. Anderson has joined the likes of Balenciaga, Burberry and Salvatore Ferragamo and announced it will show its men’s collection alongside its women’s in a co-ed presentation during London Fashion Week, from next February. The new development will see J.W. Anderson present two as opposed to four shows per year and while the reasons behind the change are unclear, the move can be understood to help to reduce costs and draw far more attention to his men’s collection.

Following the death of Azzedine Alaïa, founder his namesake label a month ago, the Paris-based house have announced they will continue to create new collections. With collections set to be presented in January and March it is still unknown who will design the upcoming pieces. The work of Alaïa will be celebrated by a number of exhibitions and events to be held in 2018 with a retrospective set to open at London's Design Museum in May.

The McGrath Foundation have announced their first annual Pink Picnic to celebrate a decade of the successful Pink Test fundraiser. The picnic will be held on Jane McGrath Day, January 6, 2018, and will see guests in a sea of pink and picnic hampers at Allianz Stadium. The picnic will allow fans of The Ashes to celebrate the third day of the Sydney test while raising funds for breast cancer.

Burberry have announced a new collaboration with model and activist Adwoa Aboah and photographer Juergen Teller to introduce the latest collection for January and February for the British fashion house. Juergen's intimate images of Adwoah and her family along Regent's Canal in North London reveal the new collection in it's neon glory. The collection will include neon, high-gloss trenches, The Giant tote reworked and their Doodle print across coats, dresses and sweatshirts available for purchase from December 26.Read more at:year 10 formal dresses | bridesmaid dresses australia

Publicerat klockan 11:14, den 19 december 2017
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