- Burberry steps into the rent and resale business. Following the footsteps of compatriot brands such as L.K. Bennett, the British luxury brand is joining a business model that is becoming increasingly popular in the UK. More details on Burberry’s new move in this article by Sandra Halliday for Fashion Network.
- Zara wants to distance itself from its image as a fast-fashion giant and directs the attention to its limited, premium collections. The latest of these is Zara Atelier, a capsule of six coats designed to evoke artisanal techniques, luxurious materials and rich detailing. Each of the models is accompanied by an extensive fact sheet that attests the Spanish brand’s efforts to improve the sustainability of its materials and the transparency of the production chain.
- And, last but not least, Sezáne returns to Madrid (and it seems that this time it for good). As Eva García Morales already announced in this article for Fashion Network, the French brand, founded by Morgane Sézalory, is opening its own shop tomorrow at number 40 Claudio Coello, just in time for the Christmas campaign.
Have a nice weekend everyone!