Ferruccio Ferragamo was confirmed chairman with executive powers and James Ferragamo was named vice chairman.
Called ArtLab and based outside Florence, it covers almost 400,000 square feet and employs 800 workers.
A company spokeswoman said Ferragamo is now focused on its organizational structure, addressing rumors that Gucci veteran Micaela Le Divelec could be headed to the Florence-based firm as its new ceo.
The capsule, called #GucciHallucination, will launch exclusively on Gucci.com on April 11.
Threads Styling is pioneering a new luxury retail model that uses social platforms to reach its young, affluent customer base in a personal way.
Nike is still on top, but Adidas and Hermès are gaining traction.
The initiative aims to bring clean water to women and children in Burundi.
The French retailer plans to bring more streetwear brands into the Marais cluster surrounding its future Eataly flagship in Paris.
Southern retailer extends its influence with e-commerce site and app.
San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors hope that the city’s anti-fur ban will be copies by other cities and countries.