Retailers and developers are negotiating a market in transition, uniting the physical and digital worlds in an effort to attract Millennials.
Piccioli’s way of life is unconventional, especially for a couturier.
For the spring season, Paris was burning — with designer debuts at heritage brands. Here a synopsis of new beginnings in the French capital.
The rapidly revolving door at design houses is partly a function of society’s insatiable desire for fresh and new, of brands’ needs to stir the merch machine — and of short attention spans.
As a kid growing up in the historic, picturesque city of Bruges, Y/Project’s Glenn Martens developed an obsession with classical beauty.
Bright swaths of color on the eyes were omnipresent at fashion’s spring shows, from Marc Jacobs in New York, to Dries Van Noten in Paris to Pucci in Milan. For the beauty world, it was a case of art imitating life — makeup-loving consumers now are buying into intensely chromatic eye and lip products.
How the designer is rethinking the one-size-fits-all big-box show approach.
Throw out the old business-school notion of product promotion. Influencer marketing on social media is on a hot trajectory, as Gigi and Bella Hadid lead the pack.