Masks of all shades and sizes took over the Gucci catwalk on Wednesday as the Italian luxury label kicked off Milan’s leg of the Autumn/Winter runway season with an eclectic show rich in patterns, colours and headpieces.
Alessandro Dell'Acqua dazzled his audience at Milan Fashion Week on Wednesday with his vision of a film noir thriller starring sophisticated ladies whose outfits were all open at the back, as though cut with a knife.
After being helmed by the German designer for 35 years, the luxury label has opted for continuity with Virginie Viard, who will need to adapt to a market with an increasingly voracious appetite for novelty.
Karl Lagerfeld's righthand woman and longtime collaborator Virginie Viard has been tasked with heading the design of Chanel's collections following the death of the star couturier, who passed away on Feb. 19.
Joor, a New York-based wholesale platform and data exchange that connects brands with retailers, has announced the closing of a $16 million Series C funding round set to catapult the platform into the Asia market.
Victoria Beckham's latest show in London was elegant, spruce and ever so sexy, an event which the general public will be able to admire, since it will form part of the debut season of Victoria’s own YouTube channel.
Last year, Kering was in divestment mode (Puma, Stella McCartney, Christopher Kane), but the luxury group said it is ready to go ahead with new acquisitions in 2019, without however identifying its targets.
One would be forgiven for considering this weekend’s London Fashion Week as the Last Fashion Show, as the industry braces for the very real risk of a Brexit no deal and the likelihood of a slow but sure front-row exit.
The luxury group's leading label posted record results in 2018, and is expecting to grow at twice the market’s rate in 2019, reaching a 40% operating margin, as it prepares to launch a high jewellery line.