Several brands have rescheduled their shows on Jan. 19 to avoid run-ins with “gilets jaunes” protesters who converge on Paris on Saturdays.
Dior has advised guests it is moving its show from Jan. 19 to Jan. 18 due to the antigovernment demonstrations in Paris.
Thom Browne, Diesel, Trussardi, Hugo Boss, Paul Smith and even Manish Arora are just a few of the brands partnering with soccer teams.
The location is the designer’s third largest globally.
In a company with many high-profile collaborators, a brand manages to shine.
Trophaeum Asset Management has turned Albemarle Street into a fashion and luxury strip, and now it’s planning for even bigger investments.
The monthlong event includes a capsule collection, made-to-measure offerings for both men and women, personalization options, a short film and engages customers with interactive touches.
Ermenegildo Zegna’s acquisition of an 85 percent stake in the American designer’s brand is expected to lead to further expansion globally, although the two companies will remain independent.