BoF Exclusive | The New Creative Establishment 2010 — The 50 Most Influential Creative Forces Working in Fashion Today

The New Creative Establishment | Source: INDUSTRIE Magazine

LONDON, United Kingdom — Today, The Business of Fashion brings you an exclusive preview of The New Creative Establishment, a list of the 50 most influential and inspirational creatives working in fashion today, developed by our friends at INDUSTRIE magazine for their second issue which comes out later this month and was inspired by a much-watched list with a similar name published by Vanity Fair called ‘The New

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Riccardo Tisci’s skeletons, Perrone steps down from Brioni, Ferré’s new deadline, Appvertising takes off, Slow fashion

Givenchy Haute Couture Fall 2010 | Source: Style.com

Skeletons, Family and Religion (IHT) “There was little of the sharp tailoring associated with Givenchy, where Mr. Tisci has been the creative director for five years… In an interview, the designer explained his vision.” Perrone Quits as CEO of Italian Suitmaker Brioni (Bloomberg) “Perrone, the 40-year-old grandson of Brioni co-founder Gaetano Savini, was appointed sole CEO in July last year, replacing a

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Lunch with Marc Jacobs, White hot Givenchy, Coach vs. Chicago, Ann Taylor rebounds, Brand new dandies

Marc Jacobs | Source: FT

A New Marc Jacobs? (FT) “‘I can’t do everything, and I’m not good at everything… I feel like what I do creates some sort of direction for the company, and that’s good, and then I can leave it to other people to interpret.’” Why Givenchy is more desirable than ever (NZ Herald) “Givenchy struggled to reinvent itself for over a decade, but today – with Riccardo Tisci at the helm – the

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Rue La La sold for $350m, Armani’s succession planning, Hilfiger retail up, TPG’s cool Debenhams profit, Tisci talks

Hilfiger Denim Advert | Source: Muse Amsterdam

Software Maker Buying Web Fashion Discounter (NY Times) “GSI Commerce, which manages the Web sites for major retailers like ToysRUs.com and Zales, announced on Tuesday that it was buying Rue La La, a Boston start-up, in a deal valued at $350 million.” Giorgio Armani organizing staff as successors (Reuters) “Italian fashion designer Giorgio Armani, still frail after a bout of hepatitis, hinted on Tuesday of

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