Women are stronger than ever on the first day of the Milan fashion shows. For next summer, No. 21's Alessandro dell'Acqua has imagined women as very sexy lovers, and Daniele Calcaterra envisioned the power woman.
The CEO of the French luxury giant since 2021 talks to Olivier Guyot in this French-language episode of the LuxurynsightXFashionNetwork podcast about her career and her new role at the head of the group.
It’s going to be the “world’s first luxury virtual reality shopping universe”, we’re told. And although the so-called Xydrobe universe doesn’t officially open until 2023, it has just started taking registrations.
Balmain has linked up with water brand Evian for the first time on what they’re calling “a ground-breaking partnership, united over a shared vision to dream together and to collaborate on future innovations”.
With the key festive selling season looming, Dior has announced that it’s paying “tribute to the unbreakable ties it has woven with Harrods over nearly 70 years, and to Christian Dior’s love of Christmas celebrations”.
Adidas by Stella McCartney is continuing to dive into sustainability and has revealed what it says is a “first of its kind sportswear garment designed to demonstrate the potential of a circular fashion ecosystem”.
The Armani Group continues to reinforce its A|X Armani Exchange presence in Europe with a third sales point in London, located on Regent Street. It follows recent openings in Milan, Amsterdam and Berlin.
A third of high street businesses in England have missed out on discounts on their business rates bills.. Just 272,000 out of 400,000 businesses were able to claim a 50% discount on the commercial property tax.