The designer unveiled the projects, plus new Adidas sneakers, at his fall show in Yekaterinburg.
WWD mines its rich photo archives and explores how the past continues to inform the present.
Growth will come from e-commerce, expansion into new markets and their own range of clothing.
Just as American and European designers have taken inspiration from activewear brands — or jumped in altogether — now the tables are turning with more sportif labels offering shoppers everyday options.
Put Alexandra Hackett, Feifei Fu, Bloody Osiris, Aleali May and Coco Pink Princess on your radar.
The Brooklyn-based designer has a collaboration with Off-White in the works, and is ready to take his business to the next level.
Younger Berliners are now shopping the brand, which is also building up its German wholesale business.
The unisex perfume is based on an abandoned 1967 project involving Coca-Cola bottles, silver paint and a lemony cologne.
A host of European designers have referenced religion in their collections, including the likes of Jean Paul Gaultier, John Galliano and Riccardo Tisci.