The Italian entrepreneur discussed with WWD his philanthropic initiatives and how he is ready to give his creative contribution to the relaunch of Italy after the crisis.
With most photo shoots canceled or postponed, industry experts discuss the future of brands’ visual communication.
WWD rounds up the best social media initiatives this week from the likes of McQueen, Jimmy Choo, Loewe, Manolo Blahnik and more.
Global designers participating to the project will have the chance to see their creations manufactured and sold by M Missoni.
The luxury company teamed with the Italian Red Cross to give extra support to the fight against the pandemic.
For the first time in the history of the glossy magazine, the April edition of Vogue Italia features a totally white cover.
Creativity, optimism and a conscious, responsible attitude emerged as their driving forces.
Designers and executives are recommending fewer, smaller and more season-less collections — and fewer markdowns.
According to experts, in the post-emergency scenario, fashion and luxury brands will deal with more conscious and attentive consumers.
Instead of pushing sales, fashion brands are using digital platforms to keep consumers busy and creative during self-isolation.
Aside from attracting a global audience — 3.6 million tuned in for the 2016 Summer Games in Rio — the Olympics are known to boost participation in sports and athleticwear sales.