Founder and president Joe Castaldo shares his perspective on industry trends and how the firm differentiates itself in the market.
The company looks to be digging in on creative branding and experiences.
The artist’s first retrospective in Canada will bow Feb. 3 at the Vancouver Art Gallery.
Edelkoort also pointed to the increasing importance of the sack dress, regal colors and majestic fabrics.
Lee Holman is parting ways with the yoga-centric brand for “personal reasons.”
The exhibition will be open to the public at the Triennale museum until Nov. 19.
As part of its plan to team with leading global universities, Archroma partnered with the FIT’s Textile Development and Marketing department.
This fall, the entrepreneur will branch out with his first collection of apparel for women and men, and a hybrid space in Los Angeles.
The artist Brad Troemel took issue with Vika Gazinskaya’s drawing inspiration from his “Freecaching” series without giving him credit.
Terrence Zhou applied for an internship at Viktor & Rolf in late May and claims the designs he submitted look very much like ones that appeared in the company’s fall 2017 couture show.
Never one to take a let’s-see-how-it-goes approach to business, Todd Oldham said that everything he does with Kid Made Modern is purposeful and rooted in the five tenants of learning.
The OMA partner specializes in preservation, scenography and curation.
Looking back at his career is not something that he considered until recently and deciding not to become an accountant turned out to be a wise move.
The company is also losing a longtime executive and a lead designer.
Browne was the first fashion designer to create an installation for the Design at Large platform, which will be shown at Design Miami/Basel, opening June 13 and closing June 18.