News & Analysis
11 September 2019
The New York Times
11 September 2019 • By The New York Times
Menswear - Spring 2020
18 June 2019
Preston is exploring big issues, but the final product simply doesn’t convey the depth of his ideas.
18 June 2019
The designer is pushing beyond the streetwear category in fashion’s capital without losing his focus on sustainability. First up: A collaboration with vintage remixer Sami Miró.
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Vikram Alexei Kansara
The opaque Milanese holding company New Guards Group has birthed many of luxury streetwear’s most-hyped brands, including Off-White, Palm Angels, County of Milan and Heron Preston. In his first-ever interview, quiet mastermind Davide De Giglio reveals how he has built a business that will generate €420 million in sales this year.
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