The Italian eyewear company posted a loss and a 32.3 percent drop in revenues in the first six months of the year, impacted by the lockdown in April and May.
Fendi allowed Chloe and Halle Bailey to have full creative freedom in styling, producing and fronting the new #MeAndMyPeekaboo series of videos and the company is also launching the first ever worldwide video and image campaign in honor of the Peekaboo featuring actress and producer Zoey Deutch.
The event is scheduled on Sept. 23, the first day of Milan Fashion Week, slated to run until Sept. 28.
As the designer presents his Epilogue collection today, he reminisces about his very first show in January 2015, two days before he was appointed creative director of the brand, and about the impact it had on fashion.
The lockdown imposed by the coronavirus pandemic has made many feel safe only at home and observers weigh in on how this will fit with an industry that has been relying on public events, socializing and that bit of front-row gossiping.
The event is seen having a symbolic value, said the brand’s chairman and ceo Serge Brunschwig, who also revealed that the brand’s coed spring collection will be presented at the Roman headquarters on Sept. 22.
The online publication has created “Not in Paris” as a way to fill the void of the canceled Paris Fashion Week Men’s and bring together brands and disciplines across geographies.
The world’s biggest luxury group said its top brands, including Louis Vuitton, saw sales in Mainland China rise by more than 50 percent in April.
An internship at Fendi, a breakup with Nike and a billion-dollar partnership with Adidas are just a few parts of West’s fashion journey.
The company’s new Amsterdam headquarters is brimming with youthful energy, and a slate of new projects.