BoF compiles the most important professional moves of the week.
LONDON, United Kingdom — The seemingly unflappable luxury market continues to waver, with growing worries that China’s booming economy — the driver for much of the rapid growth of luxury brands in the past few years — is beginning to slow down. As a result, every major luxury brand has been hit, and hit hard. Big news • Luxury stocks suffered a steep sell-off in the last ten days of September as hedge funds moved out of the
On Paris Catwalks, Emotion Recollected in Tranquility (IHT) “The post-power woman — purposeful but never aggressive — dug to the depths of women’s desires at Céline on Sunday. You could tell that the designer Phoebe Philo had put much of herself in the spring/summer 2012 collection because she was shaking with emotion backstage. ‘Strength and womanhood, effortless and beautiful,’ Ms. Philo said to sum up a
Haider Ackermann Quits Menswear Collection (Vogue.com UK) Haider Ackermann’s menswear collection, which arrives in store in the New Year, will be his first and last - for now - the designer has revealed. The collection, which was unveiled in Pitto in Florence in June, was picked up by Barneys in New York, as well as several other international boutiques. Google sizes up market for women’s fashion (Detroit News)