The chairman and ceo will be succeeded by his son Marco Angeloni.
“He knows exactly what James Bond will wear and why,” explains costume designer Jany Temime.
The campaign, photographed by Gregory Harris, will break on Sept. 1.
A Burberry spokesman has confirmed the former Brioni ceo will join the company.
Selima Optique told a court the luxury powerhouse is operating a “bait-and-switch scheme,” which Kering flatly denied.
Could this mark a change in the traditional tailoring industry?
The designer succeeds Justin O’Shea, who left Brioni after a six-month stint.
The former Dior Homme executive starts on April 18 at the Italian men’s wear firm.