Milan’s big debut this season was at Bottega Veneta, where young British designer Daniel Lee presented a punchy, tough-chic fashion statement, riffing and revolutionizing many of the codes of this brand.
After slowing down in the last three years, the Italian label owned by Kering is relying on new creative director Daniel Lee, whose first show is scheduled on February 22 in Milan, to return to growth.
Opening with Benetton’s first-ever show on February 19, and featuring again Gucci, Bottega Veneta and an array of new names, the Milan Fashion Week ending on February 25 looks set for a dazzling edition.
Luxury goods group Kering joined competitors in defying concerns of waning demand in China, as momentum at its powerhouse Gucci slowed slightly in the fourth quarter but still outperformed most other fashion brands.
Gucci returns to the Italian runways after a hiatus in Paris, to stage its next runway show on Wednesday afternoon, February 20, during the next Italian runway season, whose official calendar was released on Tuesday.
There was a great of talk in Milan about 'sprezzatura', Italian for relaxed and being at ease. A suggestion that the city and its fashion needs to lighten up a little to entice new generation millennials to be consumers.
That’s what they call a great fashion show. The latest stylistic statement by Miuccia Prada presented Sunday evening in a chilly Milan; a co-ed show that referenced everything from the marginal masses to monster balls.
Burberry has announced that Rod Manley will be joining its ranks as new chief marketing officer on 7 January 2019. In his new role, he will lead the brand's marketing, communications and creative media teams from London.
New York-based digital creative agency Sweden Unlimited is ramping up its global operations as the business, which targets the fashion, beauty, luxury and lifestyle sectors, expands into the UK and Europe.
A selection of Italian manufacturers which supply fabrics and other items to luxury brands such as Prada and Louis Vuitton are coming to the next edition of Pure Origin in February as part of a new ‘Country Focus’.