Gintzburger believes “everything starts with Sarah” Burton, the creative director, and the rest of the business flows from there.
The designer slipped back to the Seventies with a load of lava lamp colors, thick swirls and sine waves, fruits of a collaboration with the estate of Verner Panton, the Danish architect and designer who defined an era.
Valentino’s front row was a veritable jungle, crawling with animals in body — and in spirit.
This is the company’s third profit warning this year.
Paolo Riva will take up his new role in September and report to the board of directors.
What’s in a name? What’s in a logo? Silvia Venturini Fendi pondered these questions as she put together this breezy collection with a dark edge.