"I still have a hunger to understand what makes the next generation tick, what's going to continue to make me relevant as a designer or the house that I work for relevant as a brand. It's always about listening and researching and thinking."
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Plus, fashion's changing views on cultural appropriation.
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The two fashion brands took turns putting their own spin on the other's classics.
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It's a dramatic move, but is it just what the floundering British heritage brand needs?
The company has seen a bump in revenue since hiring Johnny Coca.
J.W. Anderson, Mary Katrantzou, Peter Pilotto and more of our favorites kick off the European collections.
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As with most things, it all comes back to Alexa Chung.
And Mulberry has released the first campaign under Johnny Coca.
Plus, Anwar Hadid signs to IMG.
Is this collection the key to Mulberry's turnaround?