Furla is reorganizing its management, confiding the role of president to current CEO Alberto Camerlengo, who will be replaced as chief executive by Mauro Sabatini, previously head of leather goods manufacturer Effeuno.
Tom Ford will bridge the city's Men's and Women's Fashion Weeks with a coed show, bringing together a program featuring debuts as well as some welcome returns, but marked by the absences of Victoria Beckham and Rodarte.
Dutch department store chain de Bijenkorf has introduced a number of new names to its brand offer; including Off-White and Coach 1941. For some labels, de Bijenkorf is the only available point of sale in the Netherlands.
The New York-based label has launched its first capsule collection. The new Theory 2.0 collection is intended for the modern working women, and was inspired by ideas from Theory’s younger staff members.
New York City-based IHL Group will produce a collection of women's intimates and men's and children sleepwear that will launch in July 2018. The licensing deal between Elie Tahari and IHL is good for 6 years.