The Italian interiors brand has opened a first Dutch store in Amsterdam, bringing the total of its monobrand shops to seven and launching also its Dutch e-tail site, as it forecasts a revenue of €16 million for 2019.
The Morellato group, a European leader in the production and distribution of jewellery and watches, has announced the acquisition of French chain Cleor, one of the country's leading jewellery retailers.
The designer, until now in charge of style at menswear label Pal Zileri, is the new creative director of Ferrari’s Diversification division, after the car manufacturer recently announced a production deal with Armani.
The supercar manufacturer expects to generate 10% of its total profits within 7 to 10 years from brand extensions, including the partnership with the Armani group, as it aims to boost the quality of its apparel range.
LVMH unveiled a major new plan on the environment Wednesday, guided by Antoine Arnault. Here, FashionNetwork.com discusses with Antoine all things LVMH, handling multiple jobs and his views on Greta Thunberg.
Thursday was a busy day for Giorgio Armani who staged his latest Emporio show in the morning; opened his radically revamped Armani Caffè; and feted fashion week at an after party in his own personal nightclub in Milan.
A mischievous Jeremy Scott took inspiration from teleshopping and game shows this season in Milan, taking his audience on an exhilarating journey to a virtual wonderland where all that glittered certainly wasn't gold.
Acqua di Parma, which feted a new Christmas capsule this weekend, is expecting double digit growth this year. And next year too, as Italy’s most famous niche perfume brand continues its healthy global expansion.