GREEN GIANT IN PARIS

Yesterday The French Institut of Fashion inaugurated its new “camp us” in Paris. Finance Minister, Bruno “Cityhall” joined executives including the Man from Toledo, the famous cup cake Pavlova, Guillaume of the Seine, called “the river of no return” and the famous Pascal More Fun.

Finance Minister said “You represent a vital economic sector for France. You are not an accessory,” whose office overlooks the IFM headquarters at the Cité de la Mode et du Design, a striking contemporary building on the banks of the Seine, that the Parisian call the green giant , “Not realy green “

1,000 students on board to transform them in clever dogs to know everything on one subject and nothing on others, a figure set to increase to 1,250 within two years, to finally learn nothing. However managed by the former president of Condé Nast France, who will be adviced by Madame “Win Tower”. it should be very sucessfull. Set up a school with people who know nothing about this profession to train students who will not learn anything. That makes sense. Continue reading

BRITISH PEOPLE PROMOTE BRITISH

Alessandro Michele will receive the Trailblazer Award at The Fashion Awards 2021 on Nov. 29 at the Royal Albert Hall. The British Fashion Council, said it is honoring Michele for his visionary work to date in positioning Gucci at the intersection of culture, art, music and film.

Michele has presented Gucci’s Aria and Love Parade collections, launched Vault by Gucci and opened the Gucci Garden Archetypes exhibit and the Gucci Archive in Florence, continuing to expand the scope of what a traditional luxury fashion brand should be.

The Gucci Love Parade was a celebration of all things Hollywood while his collection Ouverture of Something that Never Ended was launched during GucciFest, the brand’s digital film festival that took place late last year. Continue reading

GUCCI A MURDER BY ORDER

“House of Gucci” doesn’t even open in theatre until Wednesday. Media reviews of the film were embargoed until today, but reactions on social media have been mixed. Some people who have seen advance screenings have called it an amusing satire. And Scott has said that’s what he was going for satire. Other viewers have deemed it overstuffed and unfocused, while a few have praised it as a masterpiece, sparking early buzz for Gaga and Driver in the Oscars race. Continue reading

TIFFANY 180 CARATS OF DIAMONDS

The biggest diamond stone in the world. Tiffany has unveiled most expensive Design in its history? It was last Sunday at a Tiffany event in Dubai, The World’s Fair Necklace the biggest diamond stone in the world was unveiled with a total 180 carats of diamonds, all set in platinum. At its center is an 80-carat oval shape, D color and internally flawless diamond that Tiffany has christened “The Empire Diamond,” named for the New York City icon in the jeweler’s hometown. Continue reading

BOTTEGA DI ACACIA

Kering has announced that Matthieu Blazy is assuming the creative director role at Bottega Veneta, following Daniel Lee’s abrupt departure.

The news that Lee was stepping down stunned the industry. He did more than revive the Italian luxury goods house; he set the style agenda, as anyone who’s browsed the racks at a fast-fashion chain can tell you. Blazy’s appointment isn’t quite as surprising. He was Lee’s number two at Bottega Veneta from mid-2020, and Kering has had enormous success moving behind-the-scenes designers into the spotlight, see: Alessandro Michele at Gucci.

Also, Blazy is not the unknown that Lee was. The Belgian 37-year-old has been widely respected and liked since he first attracted notice at Maison Margiela Artisanal, where he was head designer in the early 2010s. Continue reading

PRADA THE NIGHT RISES

Patrizio Bertelli will be hosting the group’s Capital Markets Day today at Milan’s Fondazione Prada, providing an update on its growth strategies.

Financial targets in the medium range include reaching revenues of around 4.5 billion euros, which implies almost doubling 2020 figures, as last year the company posted revenues totaling 2.42 billion euros. Prada is poised “to generate growth in the long term,” believes Bertelli, through “its relevance, sustainability and incisiveness.”

In a moment of cultural and social change as the current one, luxury must continue to evolve in line with the market. Chairman Paolo Zannoni said “We saw an acceleration in the third quarter compared with the first half,” . After a “blip slowdown” in China in August, the area picked up immediately after. Continue reading

GUCCI SHOW EVERYWHERE

The company’s president and chief executive officer Marco Bizzarri announced on Tuesday morning that Gucci will unveil its new collection with a show in Milan in February.

In addition, during the year, he said that Gucci will also stage two additional runway shows, in late spring and in September. Now we need a different, more elastic system that fits with the moment. Creativity, like water, always finds the space to run,” he added.

In keeping with this vision, in November 2020, Gucci presented the Ouverture of Something That Never Ended co-ed collection, a sort of spring 2021 lineup, with a mini series developed in collaboration with director Gus Van Sant, while the brand celebrated its 100th anniversary.

Earlier this month, the Italian brand returned to the physical runway format with the Gucci Love Parade spring 2022 show, hosted on Los Angeles; Hollywood Boulevard.When will there be a show on the moon?

UNIQLO LOVE SONG

Jil Sander’s and Yanai and Tadashi Yanai, chairman, president and chief executive officer of Uniqlo’s parent company Fast Retailing, reflected on their experiences of working together.

Yanai said he and his team at Uniqlo also learned a lot from their work with Sander, especially when it comes to one of the company’s core principles “simple is better.”

Simple and beautiful clothes naturally require attention to detail, and Ms. Sander is a true pioneer in this area. Through our work with Ms. Sander, we were once again convinced that without the passion to evolve into something better, simple yet refined clothing would not be possible in the true sense of the word,” the executive said.

I profited from thinking on such a large scale as Uniqlo’s worldwide presence demands. Of course, it meant channeling my vision to a manageable, smaller collection size. +J may have helped Uniqlo to consolidate their customer base and create interest from new sides since we proved that the know-how and production quality of the company has no limits.” Continue reading

DIOR IN LONDON

In a statement, Dior underlined its long ties with the U.K., dating back to its inaugural show across the Channel, held in 1947 in the presence of the Queen Mother and Princess Margaret. The house unveiled its 2017 women’s resort collection at Blenheim Palace, birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill.

“We are delighted to be presenting our fall men’s collection abroad once again, and to be reconnecting with the ‘physical’ runway, an experience that is more important than ever,” said Pietro Beccari, chairman and chief executive officer of Christian Dior Couture.

London is, of course, also the city closest to Kim Jones’ heart, where he was born and where he lives, which inspires him with its inexhaustible creativity and which he loves deeply,” he added. show in London on Dec. 9.

Jones, who has worked for brands including Umbro, Dunhill and Louis Vuitton, hasn’t shown a collection in the British capital since 2003. The designer counts British celebrities such as David and Victoria Beckham, Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell among his close friends.

BALMAIN FOR A FEW MORE DOLLARS

Balmain collaborates with Netflix for a film “The Harder They Fall”, a foreshadowing of a fall. It is on the occasion of the film by Jeymes Samuel, produced by Shawn Carter (who is none other than Jay Z) that this film features the story of an Afro-American slave who became one of the most legendary cowboys of the Wild West. A universe, which fascinates the young designer, the Wonder Boy having confused with the Wonder Cowboy: “I spent a large part of my childhood watching American Westerns,” explains Olivier Rousteing, which gives him, indeed, a very thorough knowledge of the history of America and its boys Vachers, a “Broke Back Mondain” in black, for a “feature film” that will certainly have attracted the designer.

When he was told that it is thanks to Lafayette that Americans are Americans, he would have said “the Brexit already existed at the time of Galeries Lafayette?” This is not invented! The creator, as he likes to call himself taking himself for God, then imagines pieces of ready-to-wear “Andro Jeans” having heard a new word, these with bangs, suede, neutral colors and Tutti Frutti, resuming the costumes of the famous Cowbow “The hindquarters whistle three times” or “Lend me your hand cowboy”. Continue reading

SUPREME LVMH AND CO

The latest dalliance with luxury and its first with a jeweler , Supreme upcoming collaboration with Tiffany & Co.

The New York-based skate brand and the iconic jeweler simultaneously teased the project on their Instagram channels, posting a video of a young man wearing a white T-shirt and a pearl necklace. Both brands put no text along with the post, only an emoji of chain links.

Its 2017 collaboration with Louis Vuitton on leather goods and apparel helped ignite a trend for luxury streetwear, and Supreme followed up in 2018 with a range of luggage with Rimowa, another brand owned by French conglomerate LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton. Continue reading