BREGANZE, Italy — The Italian owner of jeans maker Diesel SpA declined to rule out a move for Roberto Cavalli as it seeks to add to its roster of fashion brands and position itself as an “alternative to luxury” group.
PARIS, France — Renzo Rosso, the founder of Diesel, says competition for hot designers is now as intense as for football stars, as shown by the speed at which big luxury groups such as LVMH are investing in promising new fashion names.
MILAN, Italy — Italian fashion house Roberto Cavalli reported a 20 percent rise in first-half core earnings, boosted by new outlets and rising royalties, it said on Thursday.
MILAN, Italy — As Milan Men's Fashion Week continues, our trusty contributing photographer Sonny Vandevelde provides us with behind-the-scenes photos from the Diesel, Emporio Armani, Gucci, Etro, Canali and Fendi shows.
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NEW YORK, United States — Today, contributing photographer Sonny Vandevelde files backstage imagery from the Rodarte, Siki Im, Diesel, Sophie Theallet, Jeremy Scott, Reed Krakoff, Perry Ellis, Anna Sui and Calvin Klein shows, held over days six, seven and eight of New York fashion week. Sonny Vandevelde is a contributing photographer at The Business of Fashion.
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