Kering will again partner with Michelle Obama when the former First Lady presents the French edition of her autobiography, Becoming, in Paris next week, before an audience that will include 350 young women.
Moncler is one of Italian fashion and luxury’s greatest success stories this century. FashionNetwork.com caught up with CEO Remo Ruffini in Milan for some insights into making Moncler a mega success and his future plans.
Carlo Alberto Beretta (formerly at Zegna and Bottega Veneta) has been appointed brand general manager for Tod's, reporting to the group's CEO and general manager, Umberto Macchi di Cellere, effective Feb. 25.
Milan’s big debut this season was at Bottega Veneta, where young British designer Daniel Lee presented a punchy, tough-chic fashion statement, riffing and revolutionizing many of the codes of this brand.
After slowing down in the last three years, the Italian label owned by Kering is relying on new creative director Daniel Lee, whose first show is scheduled on February 22 in Milan, to return to growth.
Opening with Benetton’s first-ever show on February 19, and featuring again Gucci, Bottega Veneta and an array of new names, the Milan Fashion Week ending on February 25 looks set for a dazzling edition.
Luxury goods group Kering joined competitors in defying concerns of waning demand in China, as momentum at its powerhouse Gucci slowed slightly in the fourth quarter but still outperformed most other fashion brands.
Gucci returns to the Italian runways after a hiatus in Paris, to stage its next runway show on Wednesday afternoon, February 20, during the next Italian runway season, whose official calendar was released on Tuesday.