The shows during the week included a focus on handloomed textiles as well as embroidery and silks.
The first sign of change is that the Meiers will work together on both the men’s and women’s collections, and they are embracing the coed format, starting with the pre-collection.
Helen Barbour, vice chairman of J. Barbour and Sons, will be dressed in a kilt designed by Siobhan Mackenzie, an award-winning Scottish fashion designer.
The two executives at the head of the original Parisian chic brand talk about job-sharing, e-commerce and stepping out of your comfort zone.
The shows were again populated by South Korean celebrities, although at least one designer didn’t invite any.
Italy’s luxury goods association unveiled a new logo and new headquarters in Milan in Via Montenapoleone.
Fashion Kode, Korea’s biannual fashion wholesale and culture event, kicked off in Seoul last week.
The French house issued a statement exclusively to WWD.
The Roman fashion house celebrated the opening of the boutique in the luxurious French ski resort, where it also hosted the presentation of its latest fall 2017 activewear collections.
The contract is said to be a three-year agreement and is expected to expire in March or April 2018.
Balmain creative director Olivier Rousteing plans to shift his design aesthetic as the brand gears up for a new growth phase.
The collections must be produced in Italy and designers may submit applications starting today and until midnight on May 7.
The designer is planning capsule collections later this year with Bergdorf Goodman and Net-a-porter.