And they are off. Applications opened Friday for aspiring talent in the LVMH Prize, the most financially beneficial annual award in fashion. Young hopefuls - limited to under 40 years - have until February 4 to apply.
Selfridges had unveiled the second phase of its giant accessories hall makeover saying it takes it “one step closer to opening the largest luxury accessories hall in the world”. It has also added a quirky Corner Shop.
“Our society is choking with aesthetics. Everything today is about the way things look; but rarely do people take the time to figure what things mean,” opined Pharrell Williams at a Chanel podcast recording in Colette.
The Left Bank department store has revealed the theme of its next big exhibition, slated to open next February – "Let's go logo" – as well as two exclusive guests: the brands Off/White and Lola James Harper.
In a season marked by many retailers changing their approach for their Christmas campaigns, Mulberry has stuck to its tradition of creating quirky films that still manage to put its product at the heart of the message.
Sidney Toledano is to resign from his position as CEO of Christian Dior and be replaced by Pietro Beccari, CEO of Fendi, in a significant change of management within LVMH. And more changes are in the pipeline.