Fashion Accessories - WWD
In an attempt to reach the sneaker-obsessed consumer, the luxury brand is looking to the sneaker resale app to stock its newest style.
Designer Alison Chemla taped Emily Ratajkowski to model in the new affordable brand's look book.
This is its second brick-and-mortar shop that will open with a Dyne collaboration.
The exhibit pulls from Weitzman's private archive as well as pieces owned by the historical society.
The company has introduced a shopping area dedicated to the category at Net-a-porter.
The campaign, kicking off on April 20, marks the 10th anniversary of the brand's staple handbag and, in a video, Silvia Venturini Fendi and her daughters discuss the relationship they have with the Peekaboo bag and with one another.
Poletto joins from Salvatore Ferragamo, where he served as ceo for less than two years until earlier this year.
Olympic marathon champion Eliud Kipchoge will wear the shoes at the London Marathon on April 22.
This is the first report aligned with the standards of the Global Reporting Initiative a first in the Swiss luxury watch industry.
The collection revolves around a vinyl slingback featuring the brand's signature Blade heel encapsulated within a Plexiglas case.
The initiative includes 47 unique shoes designed by retailers and other fans of the brand.
The luxury eyewear start-up targeting digital eye strain is entering the prescription lens market.
The first eyewear collection of the Swiss watchmaker will be unveiled in September.
The range encompasses Calvin Klein 205W39NYC, Calvin Klein and Calvin Klein Jeans.
The new company will manage the Mexican distribution of some of the eyewear collections produced by Marcolin Group.
The gifts from Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan to his wife are on display at L'cole, the School of Jewelry Arts.
The line will enter the market beginning next year.
Its debut collection is exclusively available in Galeries Lafayette Haussmann in Paris.
For fall 2018, contemporary accessories engage with a variety of architectural circles.
Exhibitors doubled down on mechanical skills in their fight against the industry's bogeyman, the Apple Watch.