Exclusive capsule collections have become a big focus for retailers and while the large number of them may mean that individual collections are less newsworthy, the latest collab from Saint Laurent is interesting.
The supermodel has been snapped up by the British heritage fashion house for the first time to front the campaign for its new Monogram collection, a "contemporary capsule for everyone" that launches on May 22.
Luxury apparel maker Ralph Lauren Corp beat estimates for quarterly profit on Tuesday, benefiting from higher demand in international markets, but weak sales in its biggest market, North America, disappointed investors.
If any designer is surely worthy of a biopic it must be Diane von Furstenberg. A beautiful multi-career change designer, who married a prince at 18; invented the wrap dress; and was New York’s It Girl of the 1970s.
IC Group's latest set of results make it clear that it has been hurt by costs related to its transformation plan, but also that its two core brands have plenty of work to do before they're back to full health.
Designer Yohji Yamamoto’s brand Y’s will hold its first runway show in Tokyo in five years. The show will take place in Tokyo’s Omotesando Hills on May 25 and is in collaboration with the Italian business Alcantara.
Maria Grazia Chiuri never really takes a break. Two weeks after her African-inspired Christian Dior cruise show in Marrakech, Chiuri designed the costumes for a phantasmagorical performance at the Tiepolo Ball in Venice.
The day after the luxury group announced that it will pay a record fine of 1.25 billion euros to Italian tax authorities, shares in the company rose 1%, reflecting a certain confidence as this chapter draws to a close.
Michael Kors has introduced a new store concept on London’s high-end Old Bond Street inside an imposing six-floor Georgian townhouse. The interior design takes cues from the designer's homes in New York City and Florida.