Hackett has unveiled its new AW22 campaign starring brand ambassador Jenson Button. The launch coincides with it debuting a new graphic identity with a new logo “inspired by the contemporary simplicity of elegant men”.
On Saturday October 1, the French Footwear Federation will inaugurate its first 'French Edit' pop-up store at Chelsea Market in New York. Six shoe brands will present their collections to the public during 4 weeks.
The LVMH division, dedicated to the sourcing of noble raw materials, has just acquired the exotic leather tannery Ally Projects and acquired a stake in the high-end leather clothing manufacturer Robans.
On Friday, the two labels embarked on weird experiments, showing bold collections exploring the notion of otherness. Gucci did so by featuring mirror images, Sportmax by probing how we perceive sensations.
Leather and luxury goods producer Pittards said Monday it has maintained positive trading momentum for the six months to 30 June. That means continued growth in revenue and profitability and a stable order book.
The UK retail euphoria around news that VAT-free shopping for tourists is returning and will include EU visitors has been tempered by suggestions it won’t happen until 2024. But retail is pushing for an earlier date.
Estée Lauder has a major fashion label license to add to its portfolio. It has announced a license deal with Balmain for “an innovative line of beauty products to speak to luxury consumers around the world”.