Username, Prune Goldschmidt and Minuit are labels showing in Paris.
That Von Dutch is reentering the fashion conversation now, against the backdrop of the global fight for racial equality, is curious, considering its complicated history.
As the Paris shows kick into high gear, branding and strategy experts advise how brands can flourish with a mix of live and virtual events.
The French brand is also introducing a monogram from the Seventies created by founder Pierre Balmain.
“End the tyranny of the president grand dragon,” the artist-designer’s “Veil Flag” film states.
Reverting to physical showcasing aims to boost the confidence of the local industry and help the market to recover from COVID-19 disruptions.
The 30 designs for The Editions, spanning from 1981 to 2017, launch on Nov. 15.
The assortment of caftans are developed using age-old techniques made by artisans in Bagru, India.
The designer is launching the new label online, but his aim is to sell it in stores as well.
The vast site on the Seine River in Paris, still under construction, will span a luxury hotel, department store, restaurants, offices and more.
French collective (LA)HORDE is to choreograph a performance in the garden of Palais Royal.
The French actress designed a concise wardrobe, and accessories, too.
The fast-fashion retailer has launched its first “circular” collection.
The live selling event features Lewis Hamilton and such lines as Tommy Hilfiger, Hilfiger Collection, TommyxLewis and Tommy Jeans.
The digital event on Sept. 27 marked the first step in a broader project supported by the Black Lives Matter in Italian Fashion Collective and CNMI.