Several designers and founders of New York-made businesses will be honored at the Oct. 25 gala.
The cast was teased over the past week and it includes Millie Bobby Brown, Crystal Zhang and John Boyega.
The “Stranger Things” actress took to Instagram to make the announcement.
Italian entrepreneurs believe the strength of the brand is key for success and the investments are channeled in keeping it fresh and new, rather than focusing on its history and tradition.
Fans shopped the collection and partied to DJ Siobhan Bell’s curated playlist.
Green’s first show as guest men’s wear designer at Pitti Uomo will take place at the Boboli Gardens in Florence.
Moncler’s chairman and chief executive officer received the “Knight of Labour” honor by the president of the Italian Republic.
Organic growth in all its markets, driven by China and Hong Kong, boosted the brand’s performance in the first three months of the year.
Top brass, including chairman and ceo Remo Ruffini, discussed Genius Building project during Capital Markets Day in Milan.
Stylist Karl Templer and photographer David Bellemere stand their ground in the wake of The Boston Globe’s investigative article highlighting alleged sexual misconduct.
The creative hub has worked with brands ranging from Moncler and Agnona to Valentino and Louis Vuitton.
The list includes the likes of Pierpaolo Piccioli and Simone Rocha and the eight collections will be shown together in Milan on Feb. 20.
The brand is set to unveil the names of eight designers who will do collections for women’s and men’s wear.
Shoppers who purchase any item on the women’s floor on Valentine’s Day will be given a free bouquet.
Both brands will celebrate the year of the dog releasing red-hued special items.