Despite changes in creative direction and strategies, a number of Italian heritage brands continue to stand the test of time.
A short film dedicated to the late honorary chairman of the Camera della Moda, and presented on the association’s online platform, kicked off Milan Fashion Week.
Milan Fashion Week, kicking off today and running until March 1 as a digital event, remains pivotal for the country’s industry leaders, who expressed their confidence in the new government, the return of consumer spending in Asia and the power of the online platforms.
Alan Prada, the soon-to-be former editor in chief of Italy’s Harper’s Bazaar is joining Giorgio Armani SpA as deputy creative director of online and offline image on April 1.
The designer is the third recipient of an award dedicated to Dachau concentration camp survivor Ermando Parete.
The Armani Privé show in Milan will go ahead on Jan. 26 behind closed doors.
The designer recaps efforts to slow down fashion, and urges the industry to double down on sustainability.
The first models will be available at select Giorgio Armani boutiques starting November 2021.
The boutique showcases furniture, accessories, decor and fabrics.