A$AP Rocky has a busy summer ahead.
Retailer launches first museum-type exhibition.
The designer is a fan of the feel-good sandals, noting, “I wear them every summer on the Lido in Venice.” His version goes on sale today.
Consumers’ changing viewing habits, ever-casual dress codes, the end of situational dressing and the mystifying influence of Bravo’s “Real Housewives” series were among the subjects discussed.
The young president is courting creative people to set up shop in France.
The designer and the artist were joined in the front row by musical heirs Selah Marley, Cordell Broadus and Christian Combs.
After starting his own company in 2001 from his own apartment, Browne has built an international brand with 130 employees.
The exhibition, running Dec. 15 through Mar. 25, will focus on the designer’s multitalented approach to creative expression.
Fergie was in town to promote her new album, out last week.