We expect extraordinary craft from Valentino, Schiaparelli and Sacai. The real challenge is making an emotional connection.
Whether or not brands keep doing business in Russia is largely being driven by logistical challenges rather than moral commitments.
Some segments of the market would be more resilient than others if Western countries impose new sanctions on Russia over the Ukraine stand-off.
Even after China's borders reopen to international travel, holiday-makers will continue flocking to the luxury resorts on this tropical island renowned for duty-free shopping and golden sand beaches.
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Haute couture, once the realm of unbridled dreams, is getting back to making clothes, reports Angelo Flaccavento.
The Golden Globes were presented on Twitter, and the Grammys and Critics Choice Awards were postponed. But the power of awards season in fashion remains, even amid uncertainty.
The government’s recent ban on so-called “sissy men” in the media could have far-reaching implications for China’s fashion community and global brands operating there.
Global players, as well as brands and retailers from neighbouring Southeast Asian countries, are coming up against growing consumer loyalty for local players as well as hyper-localised business environments and cultural needs.
Chanel, Dior and Valentino are making a splash this week in Dubai and Doha in a bid to excite locals who were restrained from shopping abroad during the pandemic. But will repatriated spend in the Gulf be a permanent shift?
Louis Vuitton, Chanel and Valentino fuse past and present in their quest for an uncertain future.
CEO Jacopo Venturini and designer Pierpaolo Piccioli are working to transform the Roman brand from the inside-out, reinvigorating the company’s internal culture as well as its commercial offering.