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Luxury in the Digital Age

Robyn Craigie-Williams / 26 April 2019

Artificial intelligence, social media, bloggers and influencers, technological advancements. These are all part and parcel of the new ‘digital age’, and what consumers expect and more importantly demand from companies, is ease. Even feats such as online shopping aren’t enough, and the digital consumer, whether luxury or high street expects the best.

“Retail is taking a hit, especially...


Tech: Digital Luxe

Robyn Craigie-Williams / 21 February 2019

Coming into 2019, Luxe fashion retailers are aligning themselves with technological advancements in abundance. The realisation that it’s no longer enough to have high-end product with exemplary customer service, consumers want and expect more. The complete 360-shopping experience, designed with the ease of the customer in mind.

When someone mentions tech in retail, thoughts of artificial intelligence,...


Sustainability: Fad or Future?

Fiona Abrahams / 12 December 2018

Sustainability in fashion is fast becoming a topic across many major media outlets. Vogue, Forbes and Wired to name a few, along with social activists are applying pressure on the top fashion houses to become more socially aware.

The movement, also dubbed ‘eco fashion’, is part of the fast-growing trend to create a system of production which indefinitely causes the least impact on the environment.



Our Favourite Future Trends from Fall 2018

Samantha Reardon / 20 March 2018

Spring has arrived, the sun has returned and guess what.. the 80's are back as well!

With the Fall 18 shows all wrapped up, the overwhelming vibe was that change is in the air. With the ever frequent news of changes to Creative Directors, excitement was everywhere.

The Outdoorsy Type

  • Weather resistant jackets, hats and trousers were spotted everywhere this season. Protective...

The biggest trends from Men's Fashion Week 2018

Samantha Reardon / 6 February 2018

Paris Fashion Week Men's came round again at the start of this year and the collections for AW18 did not disappoint. To name a few of our favourites: Dior Homme, John Galliano's Maison Margiela, Louis Vuitton. Lanvin, Wooyoungmi, Berluti and Givenchy.