Xavier Rougeaux joins the Italian accessories brand — a return to the company — succeeding Sara Ferrero.
Backed by Japanese Look Holdings Inc., the storied accessory brand is opening nine flagships in Japan by 2021.
The Opportunity Network, Bottom Line and Year Up are the organizations announced as partners.
Now more than ever, consumers are searching for high-quality products that embody craftsmanship, provide utility and that they are built to last.
The collection will take its inspiration from the brand’s Zero Grand footwear.
The leather goods trade show closed just before the coronavirus outbreak hit Milan and exhibitors urged to rethink the supply chain.
Instagram, of all places, began a conversation that led to a capsule collection.
The new site, which will stretch over 270,000 square feet, will meet stringent environmental standards, according to Chanel.
The luxury goods-maker will create 130 new jobs by 2022 at its Ganterie Maroquinerie de Saint-Junien facility near Limoges.
The accessories company remains on track to hit $1 billion in sales next year, but continued product expansion has it looking to the multibillion-dollar mark.
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