Salvatore Ferragamo Loses a Creative Director; Brioni Gains One
Shakeups and collaborations in the realms of art and fashion.
Swiss watch fair, not to be confused with art fair of the same name.
Hong Kong, to be precise: Here’s what you missed, by the names and numbers.
Storied Italian label recruits street style celebrity as creative director. It’s a “revitalization” project.
Opens an airline, no passport necessary. It’s security-line chic.
From obscurity to notoriety in one Prada collaboration.
Fashion Week, Seoul
Its biggest stars: babies and puppies.
Formerly helmed by Massimiliano Giornetti, currently short a creative director.
Self-professed “mysterious” benefactor of LACMA.
The French brand saw sales buoyed by the market in Japan, buoyed by tourism from China.
Teams up with Uber, but a car service isn’t quite an airline.
We investigate what South Koreans already know: These stars are the future of fashion.
Continues a winning streak: Last week, Riccardo Tisci; this week, a new exec (exact role TBD) in the form of Under Armour’s Dave Dombrow.
Art-world scion, not to be confused with that other Matisse.
Everyone’s a shoe designer nowadays. Even Rihanna.