A legal source said the prosecutor believes Miuccia Prada and Patrizio Bertelli “are objectively not to be punished” because they have paid back their fiscal debt.
Retail and luxury stocks were mostly down early Tuesday.
Analysts were not concerned about effects of resignation on luxury industry.
Colder weather, holiday sales and anniversarying real estate venture costs should yield positive results going forward.
Simone Rocha, Craig Green, Alexander McQueen were among the British winners.
Willow Smith and Pharrell Williams attended a party Monday night ahead of Chanel’s Métiers d’Art show.
HSBC lauds renewed momentum at flagship brand at LVMH.
The Fashion Award honor crowns one busy year in London.
Versace arrived promptly at 1 p.m. to greet 100 men and women, with some decked in the brand’s boisterous apparel.
Some trade experts viewed the 11th hour move by China in the closing stage of the two-day ministerial talks “as a political miscalculation.”
Located in Soho, at 70 Berwick Street, the pop-up carries a range of Kodak products including fashion items, prints and film as well as its latest launch, the Ektra Smartphone.
Working with code.org, an organization that promotes computer programming skills, the “Hour of Code” digital initiative will be hosted by Yoox Net-a-porter Group’s technology team in London and Bologna.
The department store’s new site combines in-depth store guides and trend features.
Cova’s parent company teamed up with Flavio Briatore’s Billionairelife to develop the project.
Mouret’s return will mark his 20th anniversary in the business.
– December 5, 2016