Think of the latest No. 21 collection as the return of Marilyn Monroe. A collection where Alessandro Dell’Acqua gives a movie-star spin on what he does best - Milanese bourgeois decadence – for his brand No. 21.
Alibaba has invested in luxury online wholesale fashion tech firm Ordre as the three-year-old company positions itself for major growth. Ordre said Alibaba is now “a strategic investor,” but the terms weren’t disclosed.
Eighties glamour is back in Milan, though with a sophisticated flourish, and a saucy yet sporty finish. Think a New Dynasty but without the enormous hair, as 3 non-Milanese designers showed on the opening day of Milan.
A raft of Italian designer brands — including Versace, Giorgio Armani and Salvatore Ferragamo — have committed to auctioning tickets for their forthcoming fashion shows as part of a fresh charity movement.
Milan fashion week winds up Monday with Italian veteran designer Giorgio Armani showing his autumn-winter 2017 collection before the international circus of critics, buyers and top models decamps to Paris.
The Italian company has acquired a 30% stake in Alessandro Dell’Acqua’s brand, which it produces and distributes under license, in order to support the latter’s development. In the works: an eyewear collection and a c...
With more than 420 stores worldwide, the brand from Alessandro Dell'Acqua is taking things into a higher gear on the Asian market. Following the opening of its first flagship store in Tokyo in 2014, the brand has anno...