ISTANBUL (AP) — Fashion retailer Zara says it is working on establishing a "hardship fund" to help a group of Turkish workers who were left unpaid when an outsource factory closed down.
From the most coveted trench of the season to Ganni's latest 'It' t-shirt, these are the must-have items needed to perfect London Fashion Week style.
When you wake up on cold, dark winter mornings, you don’t want to spend time faffing around deciding what to wear. Instead, pack your wardrobe with statement jumpers that will jazz up any old thing you dress your bottom half with. Whether you opt for a deconstructed knit - they were all the rage on the AW16 catwalks, after all - or a colourblock number, splurge on a couple of these knitwear buys to ensure you keep warm and look cool all winter long.
Christmas may be months away, but velvet is already EVERYWHERE. From caps to boots, midi skirts to maxi dresses, supermodels to supermarkets - there are even whispers that the off-duty style staple beloved by every noughties pop star, reality TV wannabe and sixth form student worth their salt is set to stage a comeback. Yes, I’m talking about the velour tracksuit. Keep it chic with our guide to how to wear velvet NOW.
A designer has used Twitter to claim that retail giant Zara has been copying her designs without compensation or credit. Tuesday Bassen, based in Los Angeles, has worked with brands such as Adidas, Nike and Urban Outfitters - but tweeted that “@Zara consistently uses my work against my wishes and without any compensation”.
First, we spoke to an actual boss, PR agency CEO, Miki Haynes-Sanger, about what she really thinks of what her staff wear to work in the hotter months. In summary, summer workwear is all about using your common sense, keeping things modest and remembering light grey is always a bad idea.
Good news for frill-seekers everywhere: ruffles are here to stay. Invest now and you’ll be dead on trend for at least the next two seasons… Not a Disney Princess or medieval milkmaid by trade? Then you’re forgiven for wondering how in the world you can get away with actually wearing them. Take heart - it is possible.
Cree Ballah arrived for work with her braided hair pulled back into a ponytail, but before she could busy herself with her retail role she was accosted by a manager who told her she needed to take down the style. The first manager then returned with a second one and took her outside the shop.
Start saving… from stripes and shirt dresses, and florals and frills, there’s a lot you’ll want to spend your money on this season.