Harvey Nichols has become the latest key fashion vendor to say it will go fur-free, joining other stores and brands that have made the move as campaign groups continue working to drive fur out of the fashion industry.
Luxury goods group LVMH posted a 9% rise in sales in the fourth quarter as shoppers in Europe and the United States splurged over the crucial holiday season, helping to partly offset Covid disruptions in China.
Los Angeles-based designer Clare Vivier will open her fourteenth Clare V.'s boutique in Washington D.C. at the end of spring. FashionNetwork.com sat down with her to talk about strategies and projects with her brand.
Sales at Tod's came just over 1 billion euros at current exchange rates last year, up 10% compared to pre-pandemic level, pushed by the strong growth of its main homonymous brand despite Covid curbs in China.
Lots of Haider and not a huge quantity of Jean Paul at Jean Paul Gaultier haute couture By Haider Ackermann, the fourth edition of the project of inviting other designers to create one-off Gaultier couture collections.
Italian fashion group Prada is hiring former Luxottica chief Andrea Guerra to smooth the transition to the next generation of the family, Lorenzo Bertelli, son of Miuccia Prada and Patrizio Bertelli said on Tuesday.
Fusalp has opened a pop-up at luxury off-price shopping destination Bicester Village, offering its specialist skiwear, while Axel Arigato has opened there and also launched a virtual shopping experience.
Scandi lifestyle brand Rains has linked up with printing tech specialist Zellerfeld to debut its first 3D-printed shoe. The “first-of-its-kind silhouette” mixes air with all the usual benefits of 3D-printed pieces.
The luxury industry is shifting its focus back to China, with hopes that its high-end spenders will once again splurge on designer goods during Lunar New Year festivities as Beijing relaxes Covid curbs after three years.