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Balmain Opens its First Boutique in New York

Balmain opened the doors of its first boutique in in the United States. For its american retail debut the French fashion house...

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Remo Ruffini new jurors for Andam award

ANDAM award will be decided by a jury that includes 11 newcomers. Chloé president Geoffroy de la Bourdonnaye; Moncler chairman and chief...

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Nikelab Enlists Riccardo Tisci for a Capsule Collection

Nikelab celebrates Summer of Sport collaborating with Riccardo Tisci, creative director of Givenchy. The fruit of the partnership is the Nikelab x...

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Bulgari re-launches in Russia

Bulgari re-launches in Russia

The luxury goods brand has just cut the ribbon on a new mega flagship store in Moscow and announced that it will be opening its seventh hotel in the city in 2019. “We have a lot of faith in the...

Fabio Maria Damato - May 26, 2016

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Valentino’s take on La Traviata wows Rome

Valentino’s take on La Traviata wows Rome

Yesterday the designer presented a huge €1.8 mn production of the opera by Giuseppe Verdi, with costumes that have been specially made by Valentino Garavani himself and by Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli, the creative directors of the fashion house. It will be directed by Sofia Coppola and it has already taken €1.2 mn, ahead of its opening night on Tuesday 24 May.

Maria Elena Capitanio (Roma) - May 21, 2016

The Couture Revolution Begins in Paris

The Couture Revolution Begins in Paris

The French fashion week, which kicks off on 3 July, will welcome five first-timers, including Francesco Scognamiglio and Vetements, with a vast Pierre Cardin event at the castle of the Marquis de Sade also announced. Fendi’s haute fourrure show on 7 July will act as a stepping stone to AltaRoma, which begins on 8 July, closely followed by Dolce & Gabbana’s haute couture in Naples.

Alessia Lucchese - May 19, 2016


Ferragamo, the start of a great revolution

Ferragamo, the start of a great revolution

A month on from the farewell of designer Massimiliano Giornetti, yesterday there was a surprise announcement: the departure of CEO Michele Norsa. The executive, who floated the Tuscan label on the Italian Stock Exchange, steering it towards a turnover of €1.43 billion in 2015 (+208% in ten years), is stepping down at the end of the year. He will continue to serve on the board of directors until the end of his mandate.

Fabio Gibellino - April 22, 2016

The new Bikkembergs relaunches in Shanghai

The new Bikkembergs relaunches in Shanghai

A large retrospective fashion show paid homage to the brand’s history and marked the official start of life under the holding company Canudilo, with plans to develop its presence on the Chinese market and to launch its first fragrance for men this May. Not to mention the imminent naming of a creative director to cover the brand’s full range.

Stefano Roncato (Shanghai) - April 19, 2016