Throup joined the label coowned by Pharrell Williams in 2016 and oversaw the men’s and women’s mainline ranges and Raw Research, a men’s line.
The brand is set to unveil the names of eight designers who will do collections for women’s and men’s wear.
The Italian company will produce under license the co-branded collection, which will include both ready-to-wear and eyewear.
The musician got deep on gender issues at the Mademoiselle Privé exhibition opening in Hong Kong.
Dita Von Teese, Jasmine Sanders and more came out to celebrate the brand’s latest pop-up concept shop in Beverly Hills.
In an interview with WWD, the “Happy” singer predicted the resale value of the shoes could reach $40,000.
The artist’s first retrospective in Canada will bow Feb. 3 at the Vancouver Art Gallery.
Ahead of Future releasing the Furykaze sneaker, WWD explores the partnership, which helped revive Reebok’s Classic line, and how these celebrity collaborations have evolved.
The 88-piece collection will be made available on Nov. 6.
Pharrell Williams’ experimental rock trio is to release a new fashion tie-up next month.