The strategy’s being aided by recently hired chief operating officer and J. Hilburn founder Hil Davis.
The Italian denim-maker marked 80 years with a new, recycled fabric that debuted in a collaboration with Los Angeles-based Atelier & Repairs.
The denim specialist invited the 20 finalists to attend a three-day educational trip to the company’s headquarters in Italy.
The move is part of a new identity for the overhauled show, which henceforth will alternate between Paris and another European destination.
The Nineties are still going strong, but experts also attribute a fresh, contemporary shift in the category to the social-media-native generation.
The Turkish textile mill will collaborate with emerging designer Tiziano Guardini on a sustainable denim collection to be presented during Milan Fashion Week in February.
The line is made of either 100 percent recycled materials, deadstock fabrics or sustainably sourced fibers.
The denim company tapped Hypemaker to help with the launch of its new military-inspired collection.
The Nineties influenced Belgians Filles à Papa and Angelenos Jean Atelier, while innovation was key for MYR and Closed x François Girbaud.