Peter Doig, a painter known for his unsettling landscapes, is the latest artist to collaborate with Dior men’s artistic director Kim Jones.
The cartoon-like paintings of Kenny Scharf, a mainstay of the New York art scene in the Eighties, provided inspiration for the Dior pre-fall line.
After staging spectacular pre-fall shows in Tokyo and Miami, Dior will present the next men’s collection online and with a special event in Beijing.
The streetwear brand risks forgoing its street cred with younger consumers in favor of its new positioning in the art world.
A Louis Vuitton x Supreme Monogram Trunk and Hermès crocodile Birkin sold for $125,000 each in an online auction that totaled over $2 million.
The new vertical has collectors’ items by Kaws and Takashi Murakami and coveted rookie trading cards for Michael Jordan and Tom Brady.
Jones’ muses Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell appear in issue 19 of the magazine, which will be released on May 29.
The “world’s largest sneaker and streetwear marketplace” opens its first permanent location in New York City, alongside a host of news.
Bvlgari's Jean-Christophe Babin describes diversity and inclusion as an ethos embedded into the renowned brand.