Recruitment U&I Search Blog - September 2021

  • This Week's International Fashion News

    Posted on Friday, September 24, 2021No comments

    It’s nice to keep up to date with current affairs and international news stories, and this blog will do exactly that. As many of us have already heard, and seen the images from the Met Gala flooding through our social feeds, but what else has happened this week? It’s been a busy week for fashion, and we’re here to fill you in on all the latest fashion news and events, celebrity style, fashion ...

  • All you need to know about the Met Gala 2021

    Posted on Friday, September 17, 2021No comments

    Finally, the Met Gala has returned after the cancellation of the event in 2020. Following on from the extraordinary theme of ‘Camp: Notes on Fashion’ in 2019, this year’s event was held back at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City with the vague theme of ‘In America: A Lexicon of Fashion’, inviting attendees to explore American independence, which led to a wide range of interpretations ...

  • M&S's Clothing Comeback: Comfort is Key

    Posted on Friday, September 10, 202115 comments

    Marks and Spencer’s have previously found fashion a problem area for sales compared to their infamous food hall, which they are renowned for. But the store is hoping to boost consumer appetite towards their clothing lines this autumn. Their showcase of autumn looks for the new season is not only a ‘back-to-school’ moment in the British fashion industry but also an indication of which catwalk ...

  • UK Shoppers Boost High Street Footfall in August

    Posted on Friday, September 3, 20212 comments

    It’s belated and well overdue, but things are returning to normal. In Britain, we’ve had half a summer where restrictions have been lifted, music events and festivals have gone ahead, and holidays abroad have been possible with the vaccination rollout being a success. Finally, our economy and high street are seeing improvements in the footfall, to edge closer to pre-pandemic levels. The number of ...