When Nicolas Ghesquière staged his fifth cruise collection for Louis Vuitton, he practically invented a new category in design – site-specific high fashion. FashionNetwork.com caught up with Ghesquière post-show.
They are calling it fashion’s Tour de France, a month-long series of cruise collections set in storied settings and tonight Louis Vuitton staged the third leg – with an experimental yet very wearable collection.
Expect another year of rapid growth at LVMH, insisted Bernard Arnault, chairman of LVMH, at the group's AGM. Though he called reports that LVMH executives had held talks with the owners of Chanel “fake news.”
By exploring new creative directions at Dior, Louis Vuitton and Céline with three important appointments, the luxury group has deftly reshuffled its hand and is now betting on menswear, sportswear and digital.
The key to winning a loyal following in the new generation of Millennials – the key target market for all fashion houses - is emotion, insists François Henri Pinault, CEO of French luxury conglomerate Kering Group.
François-Henri Pinault, Karl Lagerfeld, Alber Elbaz, Michael Burke and Demna Gvasalia are just some of the big names expected to speak at the luxury conference organised by Vogue in Paris, held November 24 and 25.