The global death toll reaches 6,500 as US president Donald Trump extended the country’s travel ban to the UK and Ireland. Top perfume manufacturer LVMH repurposes its factories to make hand sanitiser free of charge and the World Health Organization declares Europe the new epicentre of the pandemic, as Italy saw 368 deaths in one day.
French fashion giants LVMH and Kering - who own many of the leading luxury brands like Louis Vuitton, Céline, Dior, DKNY
South America produces a lot of sparkling wine for home consumption - wineries in Brazil, Chile and Argentina have strong local markets, with plenty of people looking to crack open some fizz given the slightest excuse, dropping of hats included.
As London Fashion Week wraps up, the news I'm most interested in isn't what creative visions paraded down the runways at Somerset House (amazing as they look). It's two other fashion stories that are trending in the city.
Following initial rumours that Marc Jacobs is set to replace John Galliano as the creative director of Christian Dior, it's
Big groups are capitalising talents in such an extreme way that creativity might die.