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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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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...

Alessia Lucchese - May 19, 2016

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Ferragamo hires Poletto as profits soar

Ferragamo hires Poletto as profits soar

The group officially announced yesterday that the manager, previously the CEO of Furla, will succeed Michele Norsa in August. Meanwhile the first quarter ended with a 1.8% drop in sales to €321 million, with net profits of €34 million (+10.2%)

Chiara Bottoni - May 13, 2016

Vuitton re-launches in the world of art

Vuitton re-launches in the world of art

Daniel Buren’s ad hoc installation is on display at the Fondation Louis Vuitton in Paris, designed by Frank Gehry. Buren is now preparing to exhibit in Venice, at the Architecture Biennale 2016, and is planning a large exhibition, to be opened in the autumn, for the Sergei Shchukin collection

Silvia Manzoni (Parigi) - May 11, 2016


Hedi Slimane Leaves Saint Laurent, Paving the Way for Vaccarello

Hedi Slimane Leaves Saint Laurent, Paving the Way for Vaccarello

Yesterday the Kering Group and the French/Tunisian designer announced their separation after four years together, during which time the historic fashion house has increased its turnover from around €473 million to over €973 million. The Italian/Belgian designer will take over the creative reins on 1st May

Giampietro Baudo - April 2, 2016

Dior transition

Dior transition

Reassuring and focused on the product, the first prêt-à-porter collection after the departure of Raf Simons announced ‘business as usual’ notwithstanding the lack of direction, amidst homages to the archive of monsieur Christian Dior and precious craftsmanship. Pending the appointment of a successor, which could be the British designer, Jonathan Saunders.

Chiara Bottoni (Parigi) - March 5, 2016