“Christian Dior, la France,” by Frédéric Mitterrand, screened on French-language network TV5 Monde to mark the house’s 70th anniversary.
The exhibition will run from May 25 to September 2018.
Retail and luxury stocks were also buoyant early Tuesday afternoon, following news of the proposed sale of Jimmy Choo to Michael Kors.
The campaign was inspired by the science fiction genre from the Fifties and Sixties, including the TV series “Star Trek.”
Kors had been in the running alongside Inter Parfums and CVC Capital Partners.
Bally’s ceo talks about appealing to a new generation, his shift from hard to soft luxury — and thinking big.
The Milan-based group is in the midst of a reorganization and streamlining of its brands, which dented its revenues last year.
The campaign was shot at the Old Royal Naval College in London’s Greenwich.
The cosmetics brand is backing the city’s program to eradicate HIV infection in the French capital.
GBL had taken an initial 3 percent stake in March.
The retail division helped boost the eyewear group’s bottom line and revenues.
Lacoste, Thom Browne and Joseph Altuzarra figure among the new Paris acts on the women’s ready-to-wear calendar.
The move could be perceived as a bid for the president to raise his popularity after a slump in ratings.
During her time as creative director at Gucci, the designer distinguished herself by her constant attention to children’s and women’s problems.
– July 24, 2017
Pat McGrath, Sam McKnight, Charlotte Tilbury to join the beauty team.
– July 24, 2017