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Paris couture season opens with three ready-to-wear shows and a garden party

Paris couture season opens with three ready-to-wear shows and a garden party

Paris haute couture week begins officially Monday morning, but smart brands love to express themselves in its slipstream, as did Paco Rabanne, Patou and Alaïa with three highly accomplished shows on Sunday evening.
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Karl Lagerfeld sketches go under the hammer at Sotheby's

Karl Lagerfeld sketches go under the hammer at Sotheby's

Testimony to Karl Lagerfeld's passion for both fashion and drawing, a collection of 180 sketches by the legendary designer will go under the hammer on July 6.
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Slowear opens second New York Store in Noho

Slowear opens second New York Store in Noho

The Venetian retailer unveils its third U.S. location in the buzzy Noho shopping district on Lafayette, twice the size of its first Manhattan location with added amenities.
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Castore opens Brompton Road flagship

Castore opens Brompton Road flagship

​Castore is continuing to expand at retail and has just opened a new flagship store in London, in the heart of one of the city’s key shopping districts. The company has opened on Brompton Road in Knightsbridge.
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Dior reveals Travis Scott collection drop date

Dior reveals Travis Scott collection drop date

Dior revealed this week it will drop this month the Travis Scott collaborative collection for men announced late last year, after it was put on hold following the Astroworld festival tragedy in January.  
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Botter wins ANDAM 2022 Grand Prize; Robert Wun the Prix Spécial

Botter wins ANDAM 2022 Grand Prize; Robert Wun the Prix Spécial

Botter, the duo of Rushemy Botter and Lisi Herreburgh, has won the ANDAM 2022 Grand Prize; as Robert Wun was awarded the Prix Spécial, and Anthony Alvarez of Bluemarble picked up the Pierre Bergé Prize.
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Luxury shoppers increasingly focus on sustainability, the metaverse - report

Luxury shoppers increasingly focus on sustainability, the metaverse - report

A new BCG and Comité Colbert study shows that 65% of consumers “take into account companies' commitment to sustainable development when deciding on their purchases” and that luxury still needs to do more to excel online.
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Emporio Armani opens first Canadian store in Toronto

Emporio Armani opens first Canadian store in Toronto

The Armani Group opened on Wednesday its first Emporio Armani store in Canada, in Toronto, Ontario, at Yorkdale Shopping Centre. 
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Georges Hobeika confirms son Jad as joint creative director

Georges Hobeika confirms son Jad as joint creative director

The Lebanese fashion designer, who will be showing at the opening of Paris Haute Couture Week on July 4, has officially named his son Jad Hobeika as his label's joint creative director.
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De Beers, Botswana extend Debswana diamond sales agreement to June 2023

De Beers, Botswana extend Debswana diamond sales agreement to June 2023

The Botswana government and De Beers Group have extended their agreement for the sale of rough diamond production from its joint venture Debswana by an year to June 2023, the diamond miner said on Wednesday.
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Loewe sales jump 38% in 2021 to €456 million

Loewe sales jump 38% in 2021 to €456 million

The LVMH-owned luxury brand increased its revenue by 32% compared to 2019. It also increased its net profit eightfold to €68 million.
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Max Mara cruise: Erotic feminism in Lisbon

Max Mara cruise: Erotic feminism in Lisbon

All about the power of inspiration at Max Mara cruise, in a collection motivated by a Natália Correia, the Portuguese free-thinker, arty grand dame and café society star, presented with flourish in Lisbon on Tuesday. 
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Bruno Frisoni, back in person and with collection

Bruno Frisoni, back in person and with collection

One of the world’s great shoe designers, Bruno Frisoni, made a welcome return with a new start-up, signature collection and look this past weekend in Paris.
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Paul Smith and Officine Générale bring tailoring back

Paul Smith and Officine Générale bring tailoring back

Paris Fashion Week presented the collections of two lovers of precise and relaxed tailoring: Sir Paul Smith and his '80's-inspired pieces and a French chic lineup by Pierre Mahéo.  
Fashion
Kenzo goes back to high school, Gunther gets a taste of the country club

Kenzo goes back to high school, Gunther gets a taste of the country club

Nigo’s second fashion show for Kenzo saw a preppy return to the classroom and references to the brand's archives. Gunther, on the other hand, revisited femininity with an effortlessly chic collection. 
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Prosus to trim Tencent stake as core headline earnings slump

Prosus to trim Tencent stake as core headline earnings slump

Prosus will gradually sell down its massive 28.9% stake in Chinese software giant Tencent, owner of WeChat, as the group announced a major share repurchasing programme.
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