One brand that had to weather a particularly complicated moment due to Covid-19 is Wolford, the high-end skinwear and hosiery marque that not only went though the lockdown, but also sold its Austrian headquarters.
Cosmetics company L’Oreal said on Tuesday it regretted sacking a black transgender model in 2017 after she described all white people as racist, and offered her a new job helping to shape the firm’s diversity policies.
Philipp Plein has announced plans to donate 220,000 euros to the Gianna Floyd Foundation, in an attempt to end a copyright infringement suit with Ferrari, stemming from a copyright case from August 2019.
Few luxury sectors are in a greater stage of flux than eyewear, where luxury giants like Kering and LVMH have both radically redrawn the business model. Meet Rosario Toscano – who just launched Balmain eyewear.
NYC's prince of jewelry, HRH Prince Dimitri of Yugoslavia, will release Once Upon a Diamond: A Family Tradition of Royal Jewels, a book of memoirs on his family's collections and his own designs, in September.
Few brands have been more exposed to the retail collapse caused by the pandemic than Swarovski. We caught up with its CEO Robert Buchbauer for a check up on the status of the world's most famous crystal maker.
The owners of fashion businesses like River Island, The Edinburgh Woollen Mill Group, Arcadia, Charles Tyrwhitt, New Look and Monsoon Accessorize have all seen their estimated personal wealth fall over the past year.
Christian Dior’s The Female Gaze podcast series took on a new dimension on Friday, as its new episode featured an interview with creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri, who described herself as a political couturier.
Jean Touitou, the founder of cool and quirky Paris brand A.P.C., has issued a long open letter to the fashion industry, defending calling off his Paris runway show in March and calling for a great sense of community.
Tamara Ralph, the designer half of Ralph & Russo, is an Australian couturier currently spending the lockdown far from her UK base. Sydney-born Ralph has found refuge to sketch and create in another city port: Cannes.