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Once banned, now back: Iran sees timid return of neckties
For the first time, neckties, long banned in Iran as a symbol of Western decadence, are available to purchase in the nation.
Capri Holdings eyes China with strategic investment increase
Capri Holdings, the owner of Michael Kors, Versace and Jimmy Choo, is setting its sights on China once again, with the aim to increase its strategic investment in the market.
Longchamp celebrates its spring-summer collection at the Santa Monica Proper Hotel
The French brand celebrated this Thursday, March 23, its new collection at the Santa Monica Proper Hotel. Stranger Things star, Natalie Dyer, attended the event.
Naomi Campbell is star of new Fendi Peekaboo bag campaign
Naomi Campbell is back as the face of the Fendi Peekaboo bag for its SS23 campaign, shot by British photographer David Sims.
Filippa K opens Amsterdam flagship
Filippa K has opened a store in Amsterdam, with the company saying its “serves as the latest chapter in the ongoing transformation, as Creative Director Liisa Kessler explores dualities within a single retail space”.
Moncler launches gender-neutral Alicia Keys capsule
Moncler’s new strategy of linking up with artists and other creatives has kicked off this week with the launch of one of its key collabs — with music star Alicia Keys.
Christian Louboutin launches exclusive collection for Neiman Marcus with immersive installation
Neiman Marcus has partnered with Christian Louboutin to launch an exclusive collection of summer fashion and lifestyle products from newly added categories.
V&A releases details of and early tickets for first UK Coco Chanel exhibition
The V&A on Thursday released a limited number of tickets for the first UK exhibition dedicated to the work of Gabrielle ‘Coco’ Chanel. Called Gabrielle Chanel. Fashion Manifesto, it opens In September.
Luxury bags are significantly more expensive in China than in Europe
While waiting for the Chinese to start traveling again, brands are betting on a rebound in domestic demand following the end of the anti-Covid measures, increasing their prices, reported a study by Retviews by Lectra.
H&M x Mugler: First look at May collab
H&M has shared more details of its Mugler collab that will be launching in May with the company, calling it a "landmark partnership" via a collection helmed by Mugler’s creative director Casey Cadwallader.
Selfridges Corner Shop sees Elton John takeover
The latest big name to take up residence in the Selfridges Corner Shop in London is Elton John with the takeover starting this week and running into mid-April.
Flannels launches major Youth-Phoria project as Oxford St flagship becomes Flannels X
As one of the UK’s fastest-growing high-end chains, Flannels has become a key destination for young luxury consumers. And its latest development both adds to and underlines that with the launch of Youth-Phoria.
Hackett SS23 campaign goes on safari with Jenson Button
High-end menswear label Hackett has launched its SS23 campaign fronted by brand ambassador Jenson Button. The British label and the British F1 driver have been pictured in a safari setting.
Fear of God announces show at the Hollywood Bowl
Fear of God, the Los Angeles-based brand founded and run by Jerry Lorenzo, will be hosting a runway show in Los Angeles on April 19, at the Hollywood Bowl -- the historic concert venue in the Californian city.
Signet annual sales flat on lacklustre international, comps; earnings slashed
Signet Jewelers Limited said total sales for fiscal 2023 inched forward 0.2% to $7.8 billion, weighed down by a 6% decline incomparable sales and a single-digit sales decline in the fourth quarter.
Launchmetrics AW23 report: Dior and Burberry are big hits, but what else made an impact?
Major-name labels were the biggest attention grabbers at the recent runway shows with a new Launchmetrics report showing heavy interest in Dior, Chanel, the new Burberry, what Gucci's doing next and a revitalised Prada.