The brand’s workplace culture came under scrutiny after it responded to the Black Lives Matter protests on social media.
Australian and New Zealand fashion brands and companies are adding their voices to the growing protest movement.
The award was announced on the first day of the Melbourne Fashion Festival, which is proceeding as planned in spite of rising coronavirus angst in Australia.
“It’s quite relaxed, we’re pretty relaxed as a brand. We aren’t uptight,” said creative director Nicky Zimmermann of the evening affair at restaurant Don Angie.
In 1969, entrepreneur Don Fleisher, an Aspen-local entrepreneur, recognized the Colorado ski town’s need for a contemporary clothing destination, which is still owned and operated as a family-run business today, with David Fleisher at the helm.
Created in 2013, digital-native vertical brand Sézane shifted its business model by opening homey boutiques to give customers the lifestyle experience.
Guests including Kaya Scodelario, Pixie Geldof, Lady Kitty Spencer and Liya Kebede gathered at Michelin-starred restaurant Apicius.
You’ll be able to watch the show even if you aren’t at New York Fashion Week.
“I always think it’s such a great time of year because there’s this new energy to the city,” Holmes said during a celebratory dinner for the Australian brand on Wednesday night.
The Australian fashion sisters say Tmall and brick-and-mortar stores in Greater China are definitely in the cards.