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Fay Archive Unveils Logo, Storytelling Project

The Tod's Group's brand tapped photographer and reporter Davide Monteleone to film a series of short movies.

Fay and Arthur Arbesser Part Ways

The Austrian designer exits the Tod's Group-controlled outerwear label after a two-year tenure.

Tod’s Posts H1 Loss Following Sales Decline, Investments, Turnaround Costs

The group lost 6 million euros in the six months to June while sales were down 4.7 percent.

Aquilano, Rimondi Present New Fashion Line

The collection is called shi.RT and hinges on that clothing item.

Fay Men’s Spring 2019

The company unveiled the first of two chapters under the new Fay Archive project, working with explorer…

Fay RTW Spring 2019

Arthur Arbesser drew on the Isle of Sylt in the North Sea to come up with riffs on classic outerwear.

Arthur Arbesser RTW Spring 2019

The eclectic lineup was inspired by the little horse sculptures and glazed ceramic bowls of Italian artist…

Fay RTW Fall 2018

Arthur Arbesser dialed down his fondness for graphic effects and primary colors in favor of a more…

Fay Taps Arthur Arbesser for Creative Director

The Austrian designer succeeds Tommaso Aquilano and Roberto Rimondi, who left the brand in July.

Fay, Tommaso Aquilano and Roberto Rimondi Part Ways

The designers joined the Italian label controlled by Tod's Group in 2011, succeeding Giles Deacon.

Fay RTW Fall 2017

There was a punk flavor to this collection by Tommaso Aquilano and Roberto Rimondi, who believe women want to…

Fay Taps Clara McGregor, Levi Dylan for Spring Ads

The two were photographed by Mary McCartney, daughter of Paul and Linda McCartney, at the Abbey Road Studios…

Fay RTW Spring 2017

Tommaso Aquilano and Roberto Rimmondi gave new verve to military jackets and shirtdresses as they steer the…

Gabriel-Kane Day-Lewis, Morgane Polanski Appear in Fay Fall Ads

Duo Van Mossevelde + N shot the images on the top of the Plan de Corones mountain in the Alps.

Fay RTW Fall 2016

Tommaso Aquilano and Roberto Rimondi called their collection an ode to the carefree style of California girls.