Maria Grazia Chiuri never really takes a break. Two weeks after her African-inspired Christian Dior cruise show in Marrakech, Chiuri designed the costumes for a phantasmagorical performance at the Tiepolo Ball in Venice.
If any senior LVMH executive is looking very smart these days it surely is Pietro Beccari, the CEO of Christian Dior Couture, who just oversaw his house’s path-breaking cruise 2020 collection runway show in Marrakech.
Welcome to the era of 'inclusive fashion'. Christian Dior presented its latest cruise in Marrakech on Monday night; an African-inspired collection, much of it made locally, and many looks featuring work by local talents.
LVMH is one of France’s most valuable groups, and chairman Bernard Arnault is Europe’s richest man, yet the luxury baron insisted on Thursday at the annual shareholders meeting that it's really just a family affair.
For the first time, the luxury label is present in force in Milan during the Furniture Fair, to unveil the design object collection created with renowned Milanese interior decoration studio DimoreStudio.
The General Assembly of the Fédération de la Haute Couture et de la Mode (FHCM) – French fashion’s governing body – on Thursday re-elected Ralph Toledano as President of the Federation for an extended four-year term.
Just when you thought you were going to drown in a sea of fawning bloggers, hyper indulgent technique, and conservative homages to fashion houses’ DNA, along came Karl Lagerfeld and Silvia Fendi to make us finally dream.
For her 2019 cruise collection, Maria Grazia Chiuri mixed Mexican inspirations with classic Dior codes, her elegant and characterful female horseriders owning the runway under a downpour at Chantilly's Grand Stables.