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The race to retail as B2C raises its profile

Making his first not-so-tentative steps into online retail this week is Karl Lagerfeld. When Karl backs something, you know it’s going macro; he’s a master of zeitgeist and champions newness. His interactive site packs in blogs, lookbooks, “Karlisms” (words of Lagerfeld wisdom) and, most crucially, an e-shop.

Karl isn’t the only designer embracing online sales.…

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The Southern Hemisphere's Dilemma

Last week, EDITD were in Melbourne for the L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival (LMFF). The event is consumer-focussed, with a supporting schedule of thought-provoking fashion forums for industry insiders. Tuesday’s forum schedule included ‘What’s the Industry’s Verdict?‘ and ‘The New Consumer‘, both of which raised very important questions about the future of the Australian fashion industry.…

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Paris isn't burning: Chanel is

Yes Karl, go right ahead and smile smugly, you deserve it. Like Marc Jacobs in New York, and Burberry in London, Karl Lagerfeld managed to keep Chanel at the top of his city’s most-talked about designer’s list this AW12/13. Our Paris Fashion Week Report has just gone live and in it we explore the week’s top designers, prints and themes.…

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Gucci's time to shine

Last September, it came as a surprise to see Gucci absent from SS12’s Milan Fashion Week top designers list. They had made all the efforts – timing the Gucci Museo opening with fashion week, when editors were sent down to Florence on a chartered train for a lavish party. But the Art Deco collection with it’s cruise-liner holiday styled garments just didn’t push the right buttons with the public.…

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Bombers Dropping

The bomber – a perfect transeasonal piece. Tougher than a cardigan, less investment than a leather jacket and certainly not a coat. It came as a welcome surprise when it turned up on catwalks last September, cutting a masculine shape reminiscent of the 90s. SS12 gave us a silky number in painterly checks at Roksanda Ilincic and a mustard version in buttery leather at Akris.…

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Burberry flex their digital muscles again

Want to know why statistically this outfit should be one of next season’s best selling? Then you need to read our just launched London Fashion Week digital round up. We’ve been working our way through 17 million tweets, updates and influential blog post from across the week to compile the data-driven review.…

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