The offering will be unveiled at the next edition of the Milanese eyewear trade show Mido, running Feb. 24 to 26.
The Blauer family retains the remaining 50 percent of the brand.
The first collection, hitting stores on Tuesday, includes sensual evening attires at affordable prices.
Named “Style Routes to Shanghai,” the project will showcase a range of Italian small and medium-sized fashion companies during the Shanghai Fashion Week.
The Fondazione Gianfranco Ferré will stage an exhibit in Turin, Italy, starting next month, displaying 200 jewels by the late designer.
The publishing group will introduce a new social platform and the first postgraduate degree to form a new generation of influencers.
A pool of the industry’s big names took part in the project, including Ermenegildo Zegna, Giorgio Armani, Gucci, Prada, Salvatore Ferragamo and Versace.
An Italian company doesn’t see anything wrong with selling fashion wares under the label Versace 1969.
Kirsten Dunst fronts “Woodshock,” the directorial debut of Kate and Laura Mulleavy.
Canada’s largest single-profession pension plan will hold 20.59 percent of the Italian cosmetic company.