Coinciding with the presentation of her latest collection at Paris Haute Couture Week, FashionNetwork.com sat down with the Dutch designer to talk about creativity and feminism that goes against the grain.
Safilo on Thursday narrowly beat its forecasts on full-year revenues, posting a 4.2% rise at constant exchange rates thanks to the positive performance of its own brands as well as of its licensed business.
Harvey Nichols has become the latest key fashion vendor to say it will go fur-free, joining other stores and brands that have made the move as campaign groups continue working to drive fur out of the fashion industry.
Luxury goods group LVMH posted a 9% rise in sales in the fourth quarter as shoppers in Europe and the United States splurged over the crucial holiday season, helping to partly offset Covid disruptions in China.
British eyewear specialist Inspecs’ full-year trading update on Thursday highlighted a challenging year that saw 2022 group revenue dipping to $246 million (it reports in US dollars) from $246.5 million in 2021.
Brand owner and licensing house Brand Machine Group (BMG) has been very busy of late and just a month after announcing a new technology chief and welcoming a new CFO, it has unveiled another key role.
Los Angeles-based designer Clare Vivier will open her fourteenth Clare V.'s boutique in Washington D.C. at the end of spring. FashionNetwork.com sat down with her to talk about strategies and projects with her brand.
Lots of Haider and not a huge quantity of Jean Paul at Jean Paul Gaultier haute couture By Haider Ackermann, the fourth edition of the project of inviting other designers to create one-off Gaultier couture collections.
The Italian luxury group reached 1.49 billion euros in 2022 with an increase of 15.5%, but it sees its progress slowing down in particular in the fourth quarter (-0.5%) penalized by the anti-Covid policy in China.
Hugo Boss’s youthful Boss label has returned to the slopes as Presenting Partner of the Hahnenkamm Races in Kitzbühel, Austria, and also unveiled its new collab with specialist skiwear brand Perfect Moment.
Italian fashion group Prada is hiring former Luxottica chief Andrea Guerra to smooth the transition to the next generation of the family, Lorenzo Bertelli, son of Miuccia Prada and Patrizio Bertelli said on Tuesday.