On Saturday morning in Milan, with extreme right-wing protestors and anti-Fascist marchers due to face off in the center of the city, Giorgio Armani sent out a collection extolling the idea of a world without frontiers.
There’s a new broom sweeping through Cavalli, and it’s a clean and comfortable one. Courtesy of designer Paul Surridge, the house has edited out much of the over-the-top phantasies for which founder Roberto was famous.
Italian luxury group Tod's will use multiple collections throughout the year to engage better with customers, its chairman said on Friday, as more fashion brands adapt their strategies to the fast-moving market.
Sarah Manley, the single most important communications and marketing executive in British fashion, is leaving Burberry. She will resign from the company at the end of July after 17 years at the house.
Global e-commerce giant Amazon has claimed that its sales in the kidswear segment grew by almost 80 percent in 2017 as compared to the last year thereby helping brands in the category expand its base in the country.