It’s been a roller-coaster year for Mytheresa and its chief executive Michael Kliger, but the company stayed the course, notched double-digit revenue growth, and is gearing for better times ahead.
This is the first time the luxury site has worked with Balmain on a coed collection.
The need to look good from the waist up, quickly elevate casualwear — and the widespread popularity of “Normal People” — have seen online sales for chain necklaces spike across price points and consumer demographics.
The capsule will span across men’s, women’s and kids’ wear.
Muaddi, who also designs shoes for Alexandre Vauthier and Fenty, created a 10-piece disco-themed capsule for the German retailer.
The retailer argued it hasn’t missed any debt payments and the trustee bringing the suit on behalf of noteholders isn’t eligible to do so.
The Munich-based retailer unveiled its launch brand offering, which will include heavy-hitters Balmain, Raf Simons and Junya Watanabe as well as rising talents Casablanca, Wales Bonner and Nanushka.
The Munich-based conglomerate generated annual sales of more than $300 million in 2017.
While sustainability talks took center stage during the week, creativity was missing on the runways.
Stella McCartney has become the latest Mytheresa Woman, creating a capsule collection using sustainable viscose and taking part in a talk in China with the brand on Oct. 14.
The Mytheresa x Gabriela Hearst capsule will launch globally on Mytheresa Wednesday.