Italy's menswear fashion week drew to a close on Monday, with both Pitti Uomo and the Milanese runways witnessing the retreat of streetwear and a return to a certain chic elegance through more classic menswear.
Swiss watchmakers are starting to see signs of slowing spending from Chinese tourists, but are still banking on demand shifting to mainland China to fuel growth this year, several high-end brands said on Monday.
Christopher Raeburn is rebranding to simply ‘Raeburn’ and has introduced a new logo that revisits the brand’s origins, when the designer used old military surplus, including parachutes, to make new clothing.
The US travel accessories and outerwear brand inspired by the board sport world, bought last December by Marquee Brands and licensed to JR286, has appointed David Orr as its new global general manager.
At Milan Men's Fashion Week, Dorian Tarantini for M1992 and Luca Magliano for Magliano showcased two high-calibre collections, well-crafted down to the last detail, each with a distinctive personality.
The menswear brand Canali, currently undergoing a reorganisation, chose Pitti Uomo at the Palazzo Antinori, Florence, to unveil its new softer and younger image and to launch its first casual wear line.