The influential collective looks to make Dis.Art, “the PBS for Generation Z.”
Jean-Marc Bellaiche will leave the firm effective March 31, and is not to be replaced.
The AIC will provide emerging talent with a six-month mentorship.
In an effort to recontextualize the scrunchie, one label has begun calling them “hair clouds.”
La Petite Fripe opened in September and has already amassed a tony client list of girls-about-town and top fashion designers.
Following his first year at the helm, the 28-year-old executive says the U.S. market has seen double-digit sales increases.
The designer looks to widen her audience with a new lower-priced line of basics.
The brand met its minimum fund-raising goal a year ahead of schedule.
Menē — a brand that loudly trumpets jewelry’s investment properties — looks to expand.
Moda Operandi’s first Prada sale represents a strategy to sign a larger assortment of big-name brands.