FFD's Fashion News Round Up 20.09.17

In the past few days, we've been writing about Topshop's sellout new collection, Ethical fashion protests at London Fashion Week, and Illamasqua's founder Julian Kynaston.But what have we been reading about? Here is the Fashion Fix Daily round-up of the top fashion news headlines from around the web.

Amazon Tests One-Hour Catwalk-to-Doorstep Deliveries

  • Amazon aims to take the "see now, buy now" model of making clothes seen in catwalk shows quickly available to consumers to a new level, offering one-hour delivery on items shown in a fashion show on Saturday night to customers in London. Find out more on Business of Fashion


  • Tommy Hilfiger presents see-now-buy-now collection with Gigi Hadid at London Fashion Week

  • Tommy Hilfiger calls its seasonal fashion week show an “innovation incubator” – a place to experiment with new experiences for the consumer by layering digital and technology on top of entertainment.
    This week, that concept heads to London for a show inspired by rock-and-roll. Rockcircus, as the #TommyNow event is called, is the third showcase of the brand’s partnership with supermodel Gigi Hadid, as well as a continuing “see now, buy now” format, meaning every look presented on the runway is available immediately to buy. Find out more on Fashion and Mash


  • Best Dressed Celebrities At This Year's Emmy Awards

  • The eclectic array of nominees, from breakout network stars to HBO starlets, showed up in everything from Chanel Haute Couture to custom Calvin Klein by Appointment. It may be Fashion Month, but the best looks aren't just on the runways — they're on the red carpet too. Find out more on Refinery29


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    Ruth MacGilp, 20, UK. Fashion Communication Student and Fashion Blogger.
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