NEW YORK, United States — Marc by Marc Jacobs has named Katie Hillier the company's new creative director. Hillier, in turn, has appointed fellow Briton Luella Bartley as womenswear design director.
CEO Talk | Bruno Pavlovsky, President of Fashion, Chanel (CEO Talk) “Of all the luxury fashion brands in the world, Chanel is perhaps the most famous, as well as the most secretive. I sat down with Bruno Pavlovsky who leads Chanel’s global fashion business to learn more about the workings of this most successful yet secretive of brands, how it maintains impeccable consistency across all of its activities, and why Chanel still
Marc Jacobs: A Conversation with Robert Duffy (Port Magazine) “Ask any creative person trying to make a living from design or art what the hardest part of their working life is and they’ll probably tell you it’s the business side of the company that keeps them awake at night… So it must have been a relief for Marc Jacobs when he, 28 years ago, met and befriended Robert Duffy.” Mulberry shares tumble on profit
Westwood: From outsider to subversive insider (FT) “This coming week marks 30 years since Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren’s ‘pirate’ collection stormed the runway in London with a blaze of sunshine colours and ethnic prints. The show was Westwood’s first swagger on to the catwalk, forging a sophisticated post-punk aesthetic with a billowing new romantic silhouette.” Duffy Sued (Vogue UK) “LVMH
In High Definition Color (IHT) “Orange, marigold, lagoon blue and purple — the start of the Milan menswear winter season has been drenched with color. High Definition vision is the message from designers who seem determined to look forward… and to put a brighter perspective on autumn 2011.” Publishing, Without Publishers (NY Times) “Luxury brands have always advertised in the likes of Vogue, Esquire and