The CFDA chairman’s decision to do what’s best for his label and show in Los Angeles may spark the ‘creative destruction’ that American fashion needs in order to progress.
This week, Moda Operandi hires a former Condé Nast executive for chief operating officer, while Valentino taps its first chief commercial officer from Fendi.
The Spanish scent giant that owns Dries Van Noten, Carolina Herrera, Jean Paul Gaultier, Paco Rabanne and Nina Ricci is trying to reposition itself as brand-builder first, licensee second. Can José Manuel Albesa, the executive behind the strategy, make it work?
The founder will stay on as an advisor at the Fast Retailing-owned company.
In a new chapter for the brand, the Dutch design duo will head up the luxury house’s women’s ready-to-wear line, debuting their first collection for Pre-Fall 2019.
"The designer speaks on the meaning of heritage and how to reinvent oneself."
Like most of the Belgian designers, Theyskens’ clothes are either something you love — or you don’t. Nothing will change that.
Once an unofficial student publication, today 1 Granary has ambitious plans to become a global platform for emerging designers and creatives.
"After a short break from the fashion scene, Theyskens is back to revive his own brand."
Having reset his template last season, with his new collection Olivier Theyskens took a big step forward.
"Theyskens roughly belongs to the same generation as Slimane, Simons and Dundas. They each established signature creative languages before the
The deceptive simplicity of most of the pieces had a vibration that felt like a fight between ingenuity and maturity.