7 January 2019
7 January 2019 • By Pierre Mallevays
This Week in Fashion
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Cathaleen Chen and Lauren Sherman
In the race to build America's first-ever luxury conglomerate, Michael Kors Holdings, now renamed Capri Holdings, has acquired the world-famous Italian fashion house. But does it have what it takes to turn Versace's price tag into profit?
Why Hasn’t #MeToo Come for Ian Connor?
Deciem Founder Brandon Truaxe Has Died at 40
All Hail the Celine Man
Why Dolce & Gabbana Is Still Frozen Out of China
How American Department Stores Plan to Fight Back in 2019
J.Crew Chairman Mickey Drexler Steps Down
This K-Beauty Brand Is Bigger Than Chanel. But It’s In Trouble.
The Fenty Effect Comes to Skincare
How Happy Is the Fashion Industry?
In Paris, Fashion That Leaves You (Mostly) Cold
Announcing Rent the Runway, Dorothee Schumacher, ISEM and Mega Mega Projects
Yohji Yamamoto's Romantic Renegades
Decadent Distractions at Valentino
Making the Business Case for Sustainability
Serene Tailoring at Jil Sander
Celebrating Togetherness at Sacai
Balmain in Black and White
Giambattista Valli's Sculptural Spirit
Sustainable Fashion Hubs Rise in Hong Kong and Taipei
At Berluti, Mixed Messages
Virgil Abloh’s Louis Vuitton: From The Wizard to The Wiz