This past week in Paris, Brazil’s most important luxury retailer Iguatemi feted its rebound from the pandemic, as its CEO Cristina Betts explained its M&A plans and predicted double continued digit growth in 2023.
Safilo on Thursday narrowly beat its forecasts on full-year revenues, posting a 4.2% rise at constant exchange rates thanks to the positive performance of its own brands as well as of its licensed business.
British eyewear specialist Inspecs’ full-year trading update on Thursday highlighted a challenging year that saw 2022 group revenue dipping to $246 million (it reports in US dollars) from $246.5 million in 2021.
Women are increasingly making their mark in men's fashion, breaking through the "fabric ceiling" that has seen the industry dominated by men, attracted by a sector where some of the most radical changes are taking place.
The new creative director of Ann Demeulemeester and the Japanese designer Chitose Abe stood out on the last day of men's fashion week, opting for sophisticated sensual looks and functional tailoring, respectively.
Maison Margiela unveiled its new headquarters in Paris on Sunday night and talk about an upgrade. John Galliano celebrated the move with his latest collection – a deconstructed homage to the Queen of Punk, Jordan.
It all seemed so effortless in UNESCO this Saturday at Hermès, which made this rather menswear wonderful collection even more special. A great display by Véronique Nichanian, menswear creative director for 35 years.
A thrilling display of art-inspired garments, metallic clothing and star appearances with the fashion plate of the planet Timothée Chalamet in the front row of the Loewe show on a chilly Saturday morning in Paris.
Paris will always love diversity, especially in fashion. In the last 48 hours, a UK knight staged relaxed tailoring in a cathedral and a rising American star blended performance art with high-performance fabrics.