Valentino, François-Henri Pinault, Max Mara, Zegna, emerging designer Flavia La Rocca and the 'I was a Sari' project by Gucci were among the winners of the third edition of CNMI’s green fashion awards.
One entered the world of supreme fashion fantasy at Valentino on Wednesday night in Paris, the finale of four days of haute couture runway shows and a very clear aesthetic statement on the importance of inclusivity.
Valentino's creative director Pierpaolo Piccioli took viewers on a Roman holiday for the Italian house's Resort 2020 presentation on Wednesday night, held inside New York University’s James B. Duke House.
The Italian luxury label, which closed 2018 with a revenue of €1.2 billion, is busy on a string of integrated communication, distribution and organisational projects, as its CEO Stefano Sassi explains.
Time Magazine has named Clare Waight Keller, the artistic director of the house of Givenchy, and Valentino's Pierpaolo Piccioli to its '2019 Time 100' list of the 100 most influential people in the world.