The 35th edition of the Hyères International Festival of Fashion and Photography has been rescheduled for October due to the coronavirus.
The collection of street-inspired activewear will be sold online and in the Gold's retail shops.
The museum in Amsterdam will be working with IMG to develop an array of new consumer products inspired by the post-Impressionist artist’s work.
More than 80 brands have participated, including Chanel, Gucci, Cartier, Carolina Herrera and Unilever.
The beloved fabric was all over the runways, and seems very right for the coronavirus-defined moment.
Photographer Dennis Tejero and model Alecia Rodriguez document spring denim looks in the intimacy of their home.
Alic formerly served in various leadership roles, and is known for managing MAGIC and Coterie.
Public relations companies HL Group and KWT Group are to merge in a few days time, but the decision has nothing to do with the coronavirus, according to management. Instead, Lynn Tesoro, cofounder and chief executive officer of HL Group, told WWD that the merger was agreed back in January before large swaths of the U.S. ground to a halt. “Both KWT and HL are part of the MDC Partner Network. The idea of a merger really bloomed after a January strategy meeting when it became obvious that it made sense for us to join forces,” she said. “Our strength in consumer, lifestyle, luxury, fashion, beauty maps against KWT’s expertise in corporate reputational management and digital brand strategies,” she added. “There are no overlapping clients. We are a perfect compliment.” HL’s current client roster includes Eataly, Charlotte Tilbury, Bonobos, Four Seasons, Teva, Shiseido Fragrances and Dolce & Gabbana, while KWT brings with it PayPal, American Express Global Business Travel and Sprint, among others. Each agency will continue to market themselves under their respective trade names through the remainder of this year and then will decide on a new name for the merged business. As for management, Aaron Kwittken, cofounder and ceo of KWT Global, will serve
With a social distancing imperative, some are trying more novel approaches that include fashion-clad mannequins.
The new streaming service is creating a “Gossip Girl” reboot and a “Friends” reunion special.
Following news of DVF Studio U.K. going into administration, questions arise about the U.S. operation.
The instillation comes from the company's innovative Sneaks program, which leverages the latest technology.
The fashion chamber has implemented new initiatives as part of its #TogetherForTomorrow project to help young talent navigate through the crisis.
Top fashion students' work will be featured on papermag.com and cfda.com today.
Previously the brand invited press to cover its collection during couture week in Paris.
Dotcom Distribution surveyed consumers prior and then during the COVID-19 outbreak to garners online shopping behavior.
“I wish I was 18 again — there's so much to do. We're now fundamentally working on a different medium, which is free to access and global. There has never, ever been, in the entire history of our species, a way to speak to each other globally. And now, we're allowed to,” argues Nick Knight, the photographer, filmmaker and founder of ShowStudio in a wide-ranging interview.
The international event is slated to take place Sept. 2-12, despite the coronavirus pandemic's disruption.
Titled "Never Too Far Down," the campaign centers around a film narrated by LeBron James and featuring Serena Williams and Tiger Woods.
The collection launches on May 29 exclusively at Clot's Juice stores in Causeway Bay, Shanghai, Los Angeles and online.