The Karl Lagerfeld’s eyewear licensee since 2007 is repositioning and relaunching the brand, starting with the spring 2020 collection.
The company’s new Amsterdam headquarters is brimming with youthful energy, and a slate of new projects.
The exhibit, which displays designs by the likes of Helmut Lang and Rudi Gernreich, runs at the MAK Museum from Feb. 14 to July 12.
A larger-than-life character, she worked at the intersection of art and fashion and spent the latter part of her career at Christie’s in London.
Executives pondered all the wisdom to be gleaned from the incomparable designer, who died last February at age 85.
During a preview of “In Pursuit of Fashion,” Schreier detailed how she first became enthralled with fashion as a toddler, tagging along with her working father at Russeks’ Detroit store.
The brand will display celebrity interpretations of the late designer’s iconic style — along with fall 2020 men’s collections.
The brand has worked with the Future Group subsidiary Cover Story to open two stores in New Delhi and develop a 90-piece capsule collection.
Following their hit Karl Lagerfeld collab, the New York advertising and representation agency and Sydney beauty company are launching a beauty incubator.