The chain store is celebrating 20 years of high-end designer collaborations next month, by rifling through its archives to curate a limited-edition selection of 300 products that will be re-released to shoppers.
In a ruddy sign of renewed health for the Italian fashion capital, Milan Fashion Week has added five new noted houses to its official calendar, which was released Friday afternoon by the Camera della Moda.
After losing the profitable Gucci licence in 2017, the Italian eyewear group has announced the end of the long-standing deal with Dior, whose licence will go to Thélios, the company set up by LVMH and Marcolin.
Yoox Net-A-Porter is inviting young women aged 16-25 to send in their ideas for an innovative fashion app. The winner will receive a mentorship from YNAP executives and £1,000 to spend on Net-A-Porter.
Fashion is rocking Milan for the Furniture Fair, with Dior’s gala at Antonia, Armani's for the Tadao Ando exhibition, and countless parties, cocktail evenings and installations, like those by Tod’s and Vogue Italia.
Milan expects to host nearly 500,000 visitors on April 8-14 for the huge, city-wide event, an incredible opportunity for fashion and luxury labels to present countless projects and special initiatives.