Called Sesia, the bag is named after the valley housing Loro Piana’s headquarters and the river that crosses through it and d’Angelantonio believes it encompasses the brand’s values.
Xavier Rougeaux joins the Italian accessories brand — a return to the company — succeeding Sara Ferrero.
Seneca Nation citizen Marie Watt’s artworks will be on display from today through Jan. 31.
With every purchase made up to Christmas Eve in North America, the brand will donate a blanket to the organization.
The Italian luxury company has opened a store designed by Jun Aoki with a striking facade inspired by the brand’s textiles.
Paul Alger of UKFT, believes the textile industry has been much less affected by the coronavirus than ready-to-wear.
International retailers know where they can find highly crafted apparel and accessories in Milan that will meet their customers’ demands.