The head of Rimowa has taken very quick, deliberate steps to turn the German travel brand into an innovator.
The $24.7 billion deal will build a global giant betting on bricks-and-mortar.
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With the help of David Wolfson and Associates, the creative force behind Zero + Maria Cornejo will be reissuing some key shapes in “fantastic tech fabrics” from Schoeller Textil.
The activist-centric company’s new fight over public land seems to be doing well, judging by the business.
Jewelry, watches, beauty products and puffer jackets are the top choices.
The designer is planning to stage “happenings” four times a year instead of shows in February and September.
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