Launching in January 2020, Mytheresa Men’s will live within the e-tailer’s main website and focus on menswear “in the post-streetwear era”. Its launch follows the addition of a kidswear category earlier this year.
Valentino's creative director Pierpaolo Piccioli took viewers on a Roman holiday for the Italian house's Resort 2020 presentation on Wednesday night, held inside New York University’s James B. Duke House.
The impact of terrorist attacks in Europe on global shoppers’ desire to visit the region appears to have all but gone with Europe-wide sales to international shoppers up by 11% in April after an 8% drop last April.
The YNAP buy lit a rocket under Richemont sales last year, but it dented profitability. Yet the group remains strong with jewellery and watches buoyant while Chloé and Dunhill have seen good reactions to new products.
Giorgio Armani has altered the time and location of its signature menswear show on June 17 in the upcoming Milan menswear catwalk season, significantly helping to anchor the final day of Milano Moda Uomo.
R.M. Williams, the quintessentially Australian brand, is believed to be up for sale with a price tag between A$400 million and A$500 million (€247m to €309m). It’s controlled by private equity firm L Catterton Asia.
Burberry's results may have looked unspectacular on paper but coming in a year of huge change, they showed it's moving in the right direction and building a buzz around its rebirth as an even more luxury-focused brand.
Italy’s luxury shoemaker Salvatore Ferragamo saw a return to growth in the first quarter of 2019, after revenues and net profit increased on the back of retail and wholesale revenues, and surging sales growth in China.
Maria Grazia Chiuri never really takes a break. Two weeks after her African-inspired Christian Dior cruise show in Marrakech, Chiuri designed the costumes for a phantasmagorical performance at the Tiepolo Ball in Venice.
According to a McKinsey study, China’s luxury expenditure is expected to be worth €159 billion and have a 40% share of the global market by 2025, driven by rising middle class expenditure and consumers born in the '90s.
Anya Hindmarch is back in the top job at her eponymous fashion label, eight years after she stepped down as chief executive. She’s now managing director and will continue in her other role as creative director.
Ahead of Dior's cruise show in Marrakech, FashionNetwork.com caught up with the label's women’s creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri in Paris for a freewheeling conversation on fashion, fantasy, fabrics and feminism.