Camille Miceli, a former Marc Jacobs protegé and accessories director at Louis Vuitton since 2014, has been named artistic director at Florence-based Emilio Pucci, parent company LVMH said Wednesday.
The luxury giant held a majority stake in the Italian brand since 2000, but has now acquired the 33 percent stake still owned by its founding family.
Tank’s Chief Executive and Fashion Director, Caroline Issa, and Emilio Pucci’s Deputy Chairman and Image Director, Laudomia Pucci, will be offering their industry expertise to the next generation of fashion professionals — exclusively available online.
The Florentine house, which has been without a creative director for almost two years, is planning to work with guest designers on its main collections. But the formula that worked so well for Moncler isn’t a slam-dunk, plug-and-play solution for all luxury brands.
In today's News Bites, Hood by Air announces a hiatus, while Massimo Giorgetti leaves Emilio Pucci to focus on the growth of his own label, MSGM.
Massimo Giorgetti keeps stubbornly searching for a contemporary key to the Pucci code, but seems to lack a wider plan for the house.
Massimo Giorgetti revived the athletic heritage of the house with his play of big and body-conscious proportions.
This season, Costume National, Max Mara and Pucci all delivered collections that worked.
In a revitalised Milan Fashion Week, rising names — from Gucci's Alessandro Michele to Marco de Vincenzo — are all the children of Miuccia Prada; working with references, aesthetic and a postmodern pastiche.
Massimo Giorgetti submerged himself in the archives, but there wasn’t much that said Pucci.
This season, all four fashion capitals will see brands from Givenchy and Pucci to Chloé and The Row moving their slots. Why the big change around?
BoF compiles the most important professional moves of the week.