This week in sustainability, Chanel invests in climate resilience and brands failing on forced labor.
Barrie Knitwear in Scotland, part of Chanel’s Paraffection affiliate, will be producing the collection.
Chanel chief financial officer Philippe Blondiaux said profitability was on track to return to 2019 levels after plummeting last year.
Women Who Lead is a conversation for the next generation of Black and Latinx entrepreneurs.
At the morning peak time, more than 200 people queued outside the Chanel Bond Street store and many of them appear to be daigou.
The New York-born creative worked for Halston and Calvin Klein before moving on to Chanel.
More than 60 artists have been commissioned to create pieces that will take over vacant storefronts across New York starting today.
Louis Vuitton brand ambassador Léa Seydoux stars in four films in the official selection at the festival, set to run from July 6 to 17.
Creative director Demna Gvasalia will show his first haute couture collection in a fully restored version of Cristóbal Balenciaga’s original salon.
The film is part of a series, called “100 Years of Celebrity,” created by the house.
The mythic place with its beige sofa and coromandel screens has been restored by interior decorator Jacques Grange.
The event is to take place from July 5 to 8 as the French capital eases pandemic-related restrictions.
The Upper East Side auction house is offering an assortment of fine jewelry, art and other items that are available for immediate purchase.