They love a French fashion champion in Paris, and this season they certainly have one with Julien Dossena, who staged a vibrant voyager collection for the house of Paco Rabanne on a sunny Thursday afternoon.
Turns out that hitching up his business and selling majority control to outsiders has not done any harm to Dries Van Noten, who presented a truly accomplished collection on a sunny Wednesday afternoon in Paris.
Wes Gordon made his debut at the house of Carolina Herrera on Monday morning on the Upper West Side. And, with Herrera sitting in the front row, the new boy’s debut was a generous homage to the founder of the house.
Rarely have we seen a designer more ebullient taking a bow, as Dries Van Noten was at the finale of his latest menswear show on Thursday, the first since he sealed a deal to sell a majority stake in his company to Puig.
Puig announced on Thursday that it has taken a majority stake in label Dries Van Noten. The Belgian designer, who founded his eponymous label in 1986, will continue as chief creative officer and chairman of the board.
Despite a "complicated" year, Puig hopes to maintain stable results as compared with last year, according to Marc Puig, CEO of the Catalan, family-run company that operates in the fashion and perfume sectors.
As some of the world's biggest fashion names gathered in Sao Paulo for this year's IHT luxury conference, the debate was opened with two main questions: “Is Latin America the new El Dorado of luxury?” and "How hot is ...
Nina Ricci, Paco Rabannee, Massimo Dutti, Prada... The portfolio of the Puig group has grown with the arrival of Valentino perfumes. The group has announced a global licensing agreement that will come into effect on t...