A year after their debut at Nina Ricci, Rushemy Botter and Lisi Herrebrugh are bringing their men’s wear label Botter to the Paris runway.
The year 2019 saw a return to more pared-back and tailored looks on men’s and women’s runways, pushing streetwear out of the limelight.
They’re attracted by formidable marketing, digital, data brand and consumer engagement skills, headhunters say.
Two of Paris’ leading retail alliances have joined forces for “Paris-Hyères, la mode de demain.”
The 81-year-old “The Leopard” star is putting her collection of Italian couture dresses up for auction at Sotheby’s Paris.
Spiky lace bobbin holders took on an S&M vibe when shown next to the Belgian fashion designer’s evocative black silhouettes.
Artistic director Guillaume Henry and chief executive officer Sophie Brocart are approaching the heritage brand like a start-up.
Starting June 28, 130 couture and ready-to-wear pieces worn by the Italian movie star will be on sale at Sotheby’s Paris.