The spring shows feature debuts at four major brands, prompting reflection on the pace of designer change.
The luxury chain has been battling the luxury malaise.
The city has not lost its sizzle, once again led by Prada and Gucci.
Known for social activism like motivating its U.S. fans to vote, Maná launches its first denim line to benefit its eco-charity.
Mills cited buoyant business, despite a drop in visitor numbers to the show, which had a strong global dimension.
The company is maintaining guidance since the change was already contemplated in the initial forecasts.
With luxury tourism down, the French luxury goods trade association sends a message of resilience and optimism.
Driven by consumer trends and the desire for market share, the stretch specialist has launched Lycra Moves Athleisure, aimed at the intimate apparel market.
Exhibitors at the September show were countering economic woes with a focus on diversification and innovation.
Première Vision offshoot partnered with Bureau Veritas for second edition.
Held at Pier 94, the show enjoyed a steady stream of buyers and retailers on Monday afternoon despite a weekend of terror in New York.