Italian luxury group Moncler said on Tuesday it would ban fur in all its collections starting from 2024, following in the footsteps of other labels keen to meet customers' growing ethical and environmental awareness.
Max Mara is taking its next resort show on the road again, as the Italian marque reveals plans to stage its next cruise collection in Lisbon, marking the latest foreign jaunt by the Italian luxury fashion marque.
Nothing ever quite compares to Paris haute couture, which opened Monday morning with a raw, emotional and surreally glamorous collection from the house of Schiaparelli by its couturier Daniel Roseberry.
YNAP’s high-end menswear e-tailer Mr Porter has launched its first collaboration with LA-based label Fear of God. Designed by Jerry Lorenzo, it features a curated edit from Fear of God’s mainline and Essentials range.
Just a few days after Pentland’s Ellesse brand announced a return to winter sports, the Boss brand is diving deeper into the category too as the official partner of the Hahnenkamm Races, which kicked off its plans.
The Paris menswear season hadn’t quite ended, and the haute couture season has not begun. Nonetheless, the city witnessed two striking women’s ready-to-wear shows by Paco Rabanne and Alaïa on Sunday evening.
Belgian-born designer Glenn Martens presented a surprise evening fashion show in northern Paris featuring Olivier Theyskens strutting down the runway, prior to his collection for Jean-Paul Gaultier presenting next week.
Arthur Robert gathered inspiration from the surf culture of the Southwestern coast of France along with elements of the American Wild West to create his first collection presented at Tranöi on Thursday.
This Paris menswear season’s big debut was by Nigo at Kenzo on Sunday morning, and the Japanese cult designer’s first collection for the Japanese-born house was certainly made with finesse and a floral flourish.