What’s going on in the world of fashion this week? FashionUnited takes a
look ahead at the upcoming news and events for the 28th week of the year.
Below are the main points from the editorial agenda in the period between
8-14 July 2019.
This week, Dutch fashion trade fair Modefabriek is back in Amsterdam.
Keep an eye out for FashionUnited’s coverage of the two-day event.
After announcing it would be delaying its full-year results, which were
initially planned to be posted on 4 July, UK fashion retailer Superdry will
publish them this week. The results will be the first since founder Julian
Dunkerton made his successful return to the struggling company.
World Refugee Day took place on 20 June. FashionUnited speaks with
the executive director of Levi Strauss Foundation, Daniel Lee, about the
organization’s work in supporting refugees and the importance of corporate
philanthropy both in the fashion industry and outside of it.
On Saturday, the first international fashion week dedicated to ‘modest
fashion’ will be taking place in Miami. The three-day event will be held
annually and will focus on blending fashion and trade show. Malaysian shoe
couturier Datuk Professor (Dr) Jimmy Choo will bean honorary VIP guest and
will launch the debut of Malaysia Fashion Week-USA.