All of the latest fashion news from this week so you can stay up to date with the industry. Now, you’ll never miss a thing as we bring you a roundup every Friday.
Missguided collaborates with P.Diddy’s Streetwear brand, Sean John
Missguided teams up with P.Diddy‘s streetwear brand Sean John, to drop their first women’s collaboration. This must-have capsule collection inspires creativity and confidence, inviting the next generation of future icons to be unapologetically themselves. These timeless, contemporary streetwear pieces are influenced by the history of the Sean John brand and its music heritage. From velour to nylon, the range includes joggers, hoodies, oversized tees and mini dresses.
Graduate Fashion Foundation Announces 2020 Winners
Live streamed from Samsung KX, this year’s socially distanced Graduate Fashion Foundation show announced the winners of the Class of 2020. The foundation celebrated the ‘Talent of Tomorrow’; reflecting on the final projects of university students across the country, completed from their own homes due to COVID. 5 new awards were added, including the Adaptation Award, Fashion Illustration Award, Fashion Concept Award Range Plan Award and Technical Drawing Award to support the loss of manufacturing awards usually award to catwalk collections.
The Fashion Minority Alliance launches during London Fashion Week
The Fashion Minority Alliance has announced its launch during London Fashion Week SS21. Giving an immediate ‘Call To Action’ to fashion brands and businesses; inviting them to Listen, Learn, Join, Support and Donate, to show their commitment to and inclusive and diverse brand culture. The non-profit and non-partisan organisation acknowledges the challenges faced by minorities in today’s fashion and beauty industries – aiming to support, on behalf of these individuals, in their long overdue pursuit of equity within these sectors.
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ASOS Collaborates With Zara McDermott
The latest ASOS DESIGN Must-Haves have dropped, as seen on Zara McDermott, with a range of affordable but fashionable pieces. Starting from £6, the collection includes suits, shirt dresses and high-rise mom jeans – alongside a range of statement accessories to complete any look. The latest trends with that classic ASOS twist, giving you the maximum look with minimum prices.
Tezenis Introduces Capsule Collection With Hit Netflix Show La Casa De Papel
Tezenis launched their capsule collection with hit Netflix show La Casa de Papel, with a range of underwear and loungewear sporting the protagonists of the show. This chilled collection is perfect to wear for an evening in with your favourite TV series.
FILA unveils the brand’s Fall/Winter 2020 Heritage collection
FILA launch their new chilled and comfy collection, featuring unexpected twists on the brand’s iconic silhouettes. With autumnal colour ways, new fabrics and hints to the FILA sports heritage, the lightweight activewear inspired capsules feature all black clothing with mesh inserts. The FW20 range also includes a variety of accessories such as bucket hats, backpacks and beanies. Mixing staples with statement pieces, there is something for everyone in this collection.
Online fashion store The Bias Cut Announces Rebranding
With a new logo, website and packaging The Bias Cut announce their total rebranding, coinciding with the launch of their AW20 collection. The site offers women an inclusive and empowering shopping destination, emphasising British and sustainable brands in order to promote investment in high quality pieces that can work from season to season.
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