Zofia Zwieglinska

  • Sep 30, 2022
    Adore Me is collaborating with its manufacturers to improve supply chain impact

    In the interest of collaboration across the supply chain, many fashion brands are working in tandem with their manufacturers to create a smoother and more sustainable product production pipeline. Adore Me, which started its own manufacturer evaluation called the Green Adore Me Manufacturer Evaluation (GAME) in 2019 realized that Sri...

  • Sep 29, 2022
    Google announces relevant shopping tools for customers and brands

    As the largest search engine in the world, Google’s ecommerce changes greatly affect fashion brands who want to position themselves front and center for customer discovery. The new shopping tools including 3D products, buying guides and shoppable looks were announced Wednesday at the annual Search On event, making it easier...

  • Sep 28, 2022
    PFW Briefing: Weinsanto and Balmain look to NFTs for memberships

    Paris Fashion Week started with a bang on Monday with many fashion houses pulling out all of the stops to attract new fans. Among them are upcoming designer Victor Weinsanto and established house Balmain, which are both experimenting with NFTs to increase access to their brands. 

  • Sep 22, 2022
    MFW Briefing: The Italian fashion capital ups the ante on show invites

    In advance of the shows in Milan this week, Diesel sent guests glass butt plugs in signature red boxes, while young streetwear designer brand GCDS sent out plushie aliens, an emblem of the brand, in keepsake boxes. Prada chose wearable paper coats for its menswear show, while womenswear guests received...

  • Sep 22, 2022
    Reformation focuses on London amid UK and European expansion

    Reformation, the sustainability-focused clothing brand, is focused on growing its retail footprint. The brand currently has 35 stores across the U.S., Canada and the U.K. It's now opening two new stores in south London, one in the highly anticipated Battersea Power Station in Battersea, alongside brands like Abercrombie & Fitch,...

  • Sep 21, 2022
    LFW Briefing: Richard Quinn’s homage to the monarch and the future of showrooms

    Tuesday marked the last day of London Fashion Week. Multiple young designers showed their first catwalk collections, while a two-part collection debut by designer Richard Quinn served as the week's big finale. With Quinn receiving the inaugural Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design back in 2018, the first part...

  • Sep 18, 2022
    LFW Briefing: Designers clash tradition and innovation

    Super Sunday at London Fashion Week featured some of the biggest brands, this time inspired by tradition and women. Among them: 16Arlington, Nensi Dojaka, David Koma, Rejina Pyo, Halpern, Erdem and Simone Rocha. Even upcoming designers shared the same thought. For example, for her collection, Yuhan Wang looked to female...

  • Sep 17, 2022
    LFW Briefing: Rixo expands beyond occasion wear

    London Fashion Week’s third day kicked off with both new names like Masha Popova, who held her first catwalk show at the British Fashion Council’s NewGEN show space by Selfridges, and consumer-popular brands like Rixo. 

  • Sep 16, 2022
    LFW Briefing: ‘The week carries on’

    With Queen Elizabeth II's funeral scheduled for this coming Monday, many designers and brands, including Burberry and Raf Simons, have moved or canceled their shows. However, the sentiment from several designers remains staunchly British: Keep calm and carry on, as the business of fashion keeps running.