SMCP has announced more initiatives to help the fight against the coronavirus pandemic with donations of surgical masks as well as special products made to raise money to help healthcare organisations.
After banning the use of fur, the labels owned by the SMCP fashion group decided to also stop using reptile leather in their products, following the example of Chanel, Paul Smith and others, said the PETA association.
Sources have said that Chinese luxury clothing conglomerate Shandong Ruyi hasn't yet secured financing for its $600m purchase of Swiss luxury brand Bally, despite two years having passed since the deal was done.
The French fashion firm is set to open a new pop-up store in Madrid on 11 March. The 160 sq m space will feature Sézane’s L’Appartement retail concept, which also shapes its stores in Paris and London.
The womenswear label owned by the SMCP group, busy trying to redefine its style, has infused fresh zest into its range with a capsule collection co-created with Maroussia Rebecq, designer of the Andrea Crews label.