Menswear’s two most defiantly artistic designers – Craig Green and Jonathan Anderson – began Saturday with two strikingly unique visions in Paris, before Hermès presented a salutary lesson in nonchalant chic.
After leaving his position as CEO of French event sales site Showroomprivé in December, Thierry Petit has sold his 17.61% stake in the company. Eric Sitruk, soon to own a 7.5% stake, is set to become a board member.
Scotch & Soda is continuing its European expansion plans and has just opened its first directly operated store in Italy. It’s located on Milan’s Via Alessandro Manzoni, one of the main fashion destinations in the city.
London-based jewellery brand Astrid & Miyu has marked its 10th anniversary with the debut of its first permanent international store in New York. The opening follows a number of pop-ups in the city in previous years.
Ebay Inc. announced on Wednesday it has acquired non-fungible token marketplace KnownOrigin for an undisclosed amount, as the U.S. e-commerce marketplace looks to strengthen its product offering for digital collectors.
The wraps have finally been taken off the new Boss store that has been tantalising passers-by on Oxford Street in recent months. The megastore proves that the street retains its appeal for big names in fashion.
From June 21 to 26, Men's Fashion Week is returning to Paris. The packed program will feature 40 physical fashion shows, eight major comebacks, three new names and numerous events, including the Marine Serre show.
The Milan menswear season finished Monday with a path-breaking, sprightly and jaunty Zegna collection unveiled before a giant vista of the Italian Alps, in a season longing for a return to this country’s roots.
After a six-year absence, Venetian apparel group Slowear returns to Pitti Uomo with the Incotex Blue Division collection's second season, while preparing to open its second store in New York at the end of June.