Working almost exclusively with leather and corduroy to give the collection a sense of “normality,” Prada riffed on simplicity, authenticity and the naïf, favoring the crude and unsophisticated over the polished and urbane.
Emilie Rubinfeld succeeds Francois Kress, who has left the company.
The campaign was shot by Erik Torstensson.
Theresa May was photographed for the magazine by Annie Leibovitz.
The company has named Wolfgang Blau and Albert Read as president of Condé Nast International and managing director of Condé Nast Britain, respectively.
Albert Read is in the running to take over one of Nicholas Coleridge’s posts.
After heading up digital content for the men’s group, Mraz is now director of audience and strategic partnerships.
Shot in L.A., she stars alongside Danish model Mikkel Jensen, who showcases the brand’s men’s wear offering.
Hearst boasts of $10.8 billion revenue growth as the company continues to diversify.
The show goes behind the scenes of the fashion industry.
A new logo, monogram and brand colors are being unveiled for spring.
Following layoffs, Men’s Fitness has been rolled into AMI’s newly formed “Fitness Group.”