In New York for the U.S. release of the art book “Kenzo Takada,” the designer discussed the highs and lows of the state of fashion.
An in-house attorney in New York accused the company of sweeping workplace harassment under the rug. LVMH denies the allegations.
He’s also prepping his first sneaker, and plans to spin some wild tales around his collections.
Despite the recent slowdown of economic growth in major markets including China, the Eurozone and the U.S., the outlook for the luxury goods market remains positive.
As it waits for the Slimane effect to kick in at Celine, LVMH touted its cash cow brand, which remains highly popular with Chinese shoppers.
“Probably for the last 10 years there has been nothing so striking,” the executive said of the Clash de Cartier collection.
A hearing, related to contracts of Lanvin designer Bruno Sialelli, formerly with Loewe, is scheduled for June 14.
The Florence-based company is turning to the Court of Milan to continue to operate.
South Africa’s Thebe Magugu and Nigerian designer Kenneth Ize are among the eight finalists competing for a grand prize of 300,000 euros.
Technology is inserted into the branches of sunglasses and eyeglasses.
The Italian Fashion Chamber hosted the third “International Roundtable on Sustainability” in Milan.