Two of the edgiest labels around have chosen to show in Milan, during a fashion week scheduled on January 14-18 and featuring plenty of new names, parties and soirees, with 68 events including 23 physical shows.
The luxury label, in partnership with the Italian Fashion Chamber, will host one emerging stylist on its Instagram account every season to boost their visibility, beginning in February with Marco Rambaldi.
Dolce & Gabbana is taking a theatrical approach to its festive campaign, expanding on its previously-aired animated avatars with stop motion tech showing its founders dancing and singing as they celebrate its products.
Investors are usually forgiving of tech firms when they spend years targeting the kind of profitability they’d like, but they weren’t forgiving Farfetch on Thursday as the firm’s shares fell 22% in late trading.
The BCBG Group has named Albino Riganello to be its new creative director, in a shakeup at the French-born house. Albino will make his debut with the brand‘s Fall 2022 collection, to be presented in February 2022.
The Arab emirate, home to the 2020 World Expo which opened in October, is an increasingly sought-after destination for the fashion and luxury world, as shown by the Armani and Chanel shows, and more besides.
The pandemic is almost behind us, and designers are celebrating a return to normal life with light, joyous, sensual outfits, judging from the summer 2022 women’s collections shown in New York, London, Milan and Paris.