The Italian luxe label is being relaunched, and has strengthened its senior management team with the arrival of a new head of marketing, Antonella Leoni, formerly in charge of communications at eyewear group Safilo.
Milan's women's ready-to-wear fashion week will once again be taking place via a phygital format. The event runs from 23 February to 1 March and will feature 61 shows, including big-name brands and new arrivals.
Five designers from the Black Lives Matter in Italian Fashion collective will kick off the show programme for the next Milan Fashion Week Women, set to start on Feb. 23 and chiefly staged in digital format.
The Milanese label’s looks for next winter are sparkling with jewellery, a collection streamed live on the D&G and Farfetch sites on Monday evening, with viewers able to pre-order items on the British luxury e-store.
The Milan Fashion Week ended on a note both optimistic and a tad zany, the collections by Dima Leu, Magliano, A-Cold-Wall*, JieDa and Les Hommes swinging between chic minimalism and cheerful creativity.
Milan Fashion Week Men's runs from 15 to 19 January, with an exclusively online and severely reduced calendar. Deprived of the majority of its stars, the event has bet on young talent and is introducing 10 new labels.