Thanks to Salvatore Ferragamo and Amazon, Chinese authorities raided a warehouse and seized counterfeit belts.
Amazon.com Inc. announced Tuesday that its Counterfeit Crimes Unit, or CCU, worked with Ferragamo to report a counterfeiter of Ferragamo’s signature Gancini belt to the Market Supervision and Administration, or MSA, authorities located in Yiwu City, Zhejiang Province, China. The raid led to the seizure of hundreds of counterfeit belts and buckle accessories from the criminal’s warehouse.
This is part of Amazon and Ferragamo’s worldwide investigation efforts. Last year, the companies filed two lawsuits in the U.S. Against four individuals and three entities in the Western District of Washington for counterfeiting Ferragamo’s products, alleging that the defendants conspired to use the company’s trademarks without permission.
An emerging brand like Knwls, formerly known as Charlotte Knowles. Faced with delays from factories in Italy, the brand withdrew from the London Fashion Week schedule, and instead, put together a sleek look book and managed to impress the LVMH Prize judges and earn a spot as one of this year’s finalists.
While the brand’s aesthetic is considered challenging in Asian markets, for now at least, the brand DNA is in fact rooted in the Japanese pop culture that the duo grow up with.
The shareholders of LVMH Mo*t Hennessy Louis Vuitton voted 81.6 percent in favor of an extension to 80 for its longtime chairman and chief executive officer, who is 73. Dressed in the same shade of blue as President Macron, the luxury titan presided over LVMH’s first in-person shareholder meeting in three years on Thursday morning.
In another example of his penchant for hyperbole, Arnault boasted that Christian Dior, a crown jewel of the diversified group, is a French name as famous as Napoleon. As a veiled dig at smaller rival Kering, he pointed out that LVMH’s operating profits in 2021 approached those of other luxury groups.The Sphinx of luxury under the piramyde of the Louvre makes sense.
Since you don’t belong to some anonymous group, you are a part of the family, he smiled at the audience. A few weeks after Facebook’s name change to Meta, he reiterated his skepticism about the metaverse.
This summer, British department store Selfridges and fashion brand Jacquemus are teaming up for a takeover project titled “Le Bleu.” (Designer Jacquemus for only the English people) From May 3, the retailer’s The Corner Shop space on Oxford Street will be turned into a surrealist retail concept inspired by Simon Porte Jacquemus’ own bathroom. Let’s dive into the bathtub fashion and get into the swing, After pink in Paris here is the blue in London.
There will be exclusive colorways of the brand’s bestselling Chiquito and Bambino bags; hoodies, T-shirts, and towels; a photography book, “Marseille Je T’aime,” and items from Le Splash’s ready-to-wear collection.
The old Selfridges Hotel on top of the food hall in the mews will host an immersive experience concept called “Le Vestiaire.” Visitors will be transported through a surrealist interpretation of a swimming pool with locker rooms and a number of other sensory rooms.
The project comes with a campaign featuring Iris Law, posing by the pool in a blue bikini with matching nail color, What an idea!
Dior has signed on to sponsor the Venice Biennale, which will be dominated by women and nonconforming artists in its next edition.The 59th International Art Exhibition will run from April 23 to Nov. 27 with funding from the French fashion house.
As the first Italian woman to direct the event, Cecilia Alemani is also a friend of Pietro Beccari, chairman and chief executive officer of Christian Dior Couture, perhaps this explains it. This year, the house is partnering with Venetian Heritage, an organization dedicated to restoring and preserving Venice’s cultural treasures, on a fundraising gala.
The event will take place at the Teatro La Fenice on Saturday, the opening day of the Biennale, and will support the restoration of the Ca’ d’Oro Museum on the Grand Canal, which is considered to be the finest surviving example of Venetian Gothic architecture. When I was writing an article about the “Museïfication” of Dior, I was in the clouds
A high-end watch brand that is taking on the Goliath of global warming by using recycled materials for its products and packaging, and thus inviting other manufacturers to do the same. Besides making watches from recycled materials, Panerai has also published a list of its suppliers so that its competitors can use similar metals and substances to reduce prices.
He has also been considering the transition from the automotive industry to electric power like many of his Richemont colleagues in Switzerland.
Giovanni Panerai founded the company in Florence in 1860 as a watchmaking school, workshop, and store. The company supplied precision instruments to the Italian Navy and later to the Egyptian Navy.
For most of its history, it has been associated with military and underwater performance, one of the reasons Panerai works with the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO.Together, they are developing ocean awareness activities as part of the United Nations Decade of Ocean Sciences for Sustainable Development. Continue reading
Must we resign ourselves interminably to be only the heralds and the submissive exegetes of the infinitely reproductible? Look at the fashion which regurgitates, redraws always the same stories, synthesizes the same thoughts, declaims the same verses like the peacock’s finery. No question! Go and find a brand outside any “Monarchy” where the level of imagination gives to the world something subtle and sublime at the same time.
Here is the poetry of the beautiful, a moment by which all memory admits to be silent, to leave place to the spouting. And if you become royal this one will carry you away in the ardor of a young businessman to sing in your heart the poetry of the chic. The “Monarchy”, finally, is only the tyranny of the beautiful? It is enough to make the French and their king Louis XIV, the champion of luxury in France, pale in comparison.
Sotheby’s is celebrating the Platinum Jubilee with a portrait exhibition of Queen Elizabeth II, and her six female predecessors, as part of a two-week series of shows and cultural events at the London auction house.
In the exhibition showing Britain’s seven queens, works will range from the famous Armada Portrait of Elizabeth I, in all her pearly and beribboned splendor, to portraits by Andy Warhol and Chris Levine of Elizabeth II.
The Andy Warhol portrait hails from the 1980s and shows the Queen as a 20th-century celebrity: the source image for the work is the official photographic portrait taken in the Queen’s Silver Jubilee year, a decade prior. It was part of Warhol’s series known as “Reigning Queens.”
Sotheby’s described the Platinum Jubilee as a “momentous cultural moment,” marking the monarch’s 70 years on the throne, and said the planned events will peak with the Summer sales at the auction house. Continue reading
Louis Vuitton, Dior, Tiffany & Co. are some of the 75 brands owned by the luxury conglomerate. As the U.S. and Europe logged double-digit growth, the company’s sales jumped by 29 percent in the first quarter, assuaging fears that the war in Ukraine would negatively impact growth and inflation.
Nicolas Ghesquière picked one of the most famous and arresting buildings in California for Louis Vuitton’s cruise 2023 show on May 12 the Salk Institute in San Diego, very poetic, with a views of the Pacific Ocean. Nicolas typically selects an architectural marvel as a transporting backdrop for cruise shows, fashion superman is return.
Having spent a lot of time in California, he was drawn to the idea of showing there again, and the Salk Institute was a place of wonder, very Brutalist architecture against this extraordinary and the California sunset provides endless inspiration, It is true that Stalinist structures are in fashionable.
On May 21, Balenciaga will unveil its spring 2023 collection in New York City, the Paris-based fashion house, controlled by Kering, announced. The venue is still unknown, but it’s the latest sign that destination fashion shows are making a comeback, as the pandemic loosens its grasp
French luxury label Chloé was founded in 1952 by Gaby Aghion and Jacques Lenoir. Currently, under the helm of Gabriela Hearst, the bohemian-leaning label has been home to many famed creative directors, including Karl Lagerfeld, from 1964 to 1983 and again from 1992 to 1997; Stella McCartney, who was the youngest to earn the title fresh out of school; and later current Celine creative director Phoebe Philo, who took over Chloé in 2001.
Though the brand first began designing ready-to-wear, it has put out many an iconic designer handbag, including the Paddington, one of the iconic Aughts It bags designed by Philo, and later the Marcie, which debuted in 2008 under the creative direction of Hannah MacGibbon.
The Paddington features a slouchy rectangular shape with a centered padlock and two handles that can be tossed over the shoulder or haphazardly carried on the arm. The Marcie, the ugliest of the brand. And the Woody is unquestionably the latest It bag from the French label and a sustainable design to boot. It’s offered in various iterations, from muted to colorful, and combines leather with natural materials like cotton canvas or recycled cashmere, with branded top handles, an open top and linen lining.
Laurent Cathala was promoted to the position of president of the Greater China fashion business, continuing Gucci’s increased focus on the fashion sector. In addition to being based in Shanghai, he will report directly to Marco Bizzarri, Gucci’s president and CEO. Cathala will be the leader of the Greater China leadership team.
At Tiffany & Co, he served as vice president emerging markets in Dubai before joining Gucci. In the following years, he was promoted to president of Greater China and president of North Asia, positions he has held since.Cathala began his career in the Moulinex Group?
A little bit of history, Parisian craftsman Jean Mantelet invents the vegetable mill, a very simple appliance for turning cooked vegetables into a perfectly smooth mash or puree.