Shying away from the oversize installations of previous editions, luxury labels like Gucci, Off-White and Givenchy took advantage of the Milan Design Week to showcase an array of new projects and offbeat initiatives.
Debenhams may be under huge pressure at the moment as the hunt for new owners goes on, but the business-as-usual work of operating the retailer continues and that means the launch of its Christmas campaign.
No city stages fashion presentations as succinctly as Milan, all the way through the past week, which ended with the city closing its doors dramatically on Sunday after the first deaths from the coronavirus in Italy.
Acqua di Parma, which feted a new Christmas capsule this weekend, is expecting double digit growth this year. And next year too, as Italy’s most famous niche perfume brand continues its healthy global expansion.
NetBase released its “2018 Europe Luxury Accessories Social Sentiment Report” on Wednesday, identifying Pomellato and Van Cleef & Arpels as social media favorites, while Gucci and Chloé came in at the bottom of the pile.
LVMH is close to acquiring a new perfume brand, Jean Patou, for its portfolio and has done it very much on the quiet. The French conglomerate took management control last year without any fanfare from Designer Parfums.