If there was anything Azzedine Alaïa, the revered designer who died aged 77 this weekend, enjoyed more than actually making clothes, it was a meal with his “family” of supermodels, bold face names, artists and stars.
Azzedine Alaïa has died, aged 77. One of the greatest influencer-designers, he defined body-con dressing, staying relevant as trends changed via his signature style, and being the first designer to go seasonless.
Outlet centre giant McArthurGlen saw sales rising fast in the last year as tourists from outside of Europe and price-conscious locals bought into its offer while higher-end new brands signed up to its malls
With digital and interactive content becoming ever more important in the promotion of fashion brands and fashion weeks, The BFC has announced a multi-year partnership with global immersive content studio Digital Domain.
In a season marked by many retailers changing their approach for their Christmas campaigns, Mulberry has stuck to its tradition of creating quirky films that still manage to put its product at the heart of the message.
Farfetch is seeing fast-rising sales but its losses have widened as it continues to invest in growth and sacrifice profit ahead of an expected US IPO. That’s the main message from the accounts that were filed this week.
London lost its top spot on a list of key cities for luxury store openings this year. The new review by Savills saw Paris back in the lead this time, but London, New York and Tokyo are top of many brand wishlists.
It’s all change at LVMH, where another respected CEO in the extended group is set to leave a thriving fashion house. Simon Whitehouse, the energetic CEO of J.W. Anderson will quit the company at the end of the year.
After Versailles last year, the NY Times is staging its international luxury conference 2017 in Brussels, a two-day event that will explore the evolution of the luxury market in a constantly changing world.