Following the French competition authority's approval of the group's acquisition of The Kooples, Thierry Guibert of Maus Frères, owner of Lacoste, Gant and Aigle, has confided the brand to Aigle's CEO.
Giorgio Armani made a personal debut on Friday evening in Tokyo. He staged his first cruise runway show, showing a huge resort collection presented with splendor inside the national museum of the Japanese capital.
Bergdorf Goodman has partnered with Hong Kong-based designer Marie France Van Damme for a pop-up shop inside Bergdorf Goodman’s New York City location at 754 5th Avenue, set to run from May 27 through June 30.
The future site in Piedmont will become the European hub for the group's operations, the Swiss subsidiary having been at the core of the tax evasion case that resulted in a record fine for the French luxury group.
Founded in 1955, the Chalhoub Group, a major distributor of luxury goods in the Middle East, has made some big changes over the last few years through digital development, innovation and strategic partnerships.
In an era where designer goods can be snapped up online in outlets, Italian luxury designer Stefano Ricci offers a personalised experience in buying Made in Italy items created using traditional Florentine techniques.
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.
Watches of Switzerland said on Tuesday it planned to raise as much as £200 million from investors in an initial public offering that could give the British group a market valuation of up to £660 million.
The men’s division of the French governing body for fashion, the Chambre Syndicale de la Mode Masculine, has named the CEO of Celine, Séverine Merle, to the head of its board, succeeding Sidney Toledano.
Prada has become the latest big name in luxury fashion to go fur-free with the group’s brands, including Prada itself plus Miu Miu, Church’s and Car Shoe, to stop using fur from its SS20 womenswear collection.