23 February 2021
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28 January 2021
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21 January 2021
This week, Chanel announces Kate Wylie will lead its sustainability team, while Ferragamo makes changes to its board’s size and structure.
5 November 2020
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21 October 2020
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26 September 2020
Creative director Paul Andrew had Hitchcock on his mood board. The resulting Luca Guadagnino-directed film was overly literal, but thankfully the clothes were not.
28 July 2020
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28 May 2020
This week, Michele Norsa returns to Ferragamo as executive deputy board chairman after exiting in 2016, while Louis Vuitton hires former Mulberry designer Johnny Coca to lead its women’s leather goods division.
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