Maika Monroe also attended and spoke of her film “Honey Boy.”
The brand has quickly garnered the support of retailers ranging from Barneys, with an exclusive in the U.S., to Browns, Le Bon Marché, Mytheresa, Lane Crawford, Joyce, SKP, Biffi and 10 Corso Como.
The exhibition will be held at The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute from May 9 to Sept. 8.
Andrew was previously women’s creative director and Guillaume Meilland will maintain his role as men’s ready-to-wear design director, taking on the additional responsibility of studio director and coordinating the development of all product categories under Andrew’s leadership.
The actress is expected to attend the Max Mara show in Milan today.
After the show, creative director Alessandro Michele also remembered Karl Lagerfeld.
The executives see no slowdown in the sneakers category and leverage the brand’s authenticity and relationship with customers.