Fashion labels are coming up with new strategies to deal with a menswear season that has been hugely compromised by the Covid-19 pandemic, forcing the cancellation of the June trade shows and fashion weeks.
The luxury menswear group has pitched into the Covid-19 fight with a €3 million personal donation by its senior management and the Zegna family to Italy's Civil Protection Agency, and by starting mask production.
The heads of the US, British, French and Italian fashion industry federations have assessed the status of the Covid-19 emergency, and set up a meeting in April to decide on the June fashion week calendars.
Cartier has decided to postpone a major exhibition in Milan’s Triennale design museum, scheduled to open next month, in the latest delayed project in luxury and art since the outbreak of the coronavirus in Italy.
Most collaborations, limited editions and pop-ups are, quite frankly, loud on buzz but short on beautiful product. One exception to that rule is that of Ermenegildo Zegna and LA-headquartered Fear of God.
The latest link-up between Italian chic and American street is Ermenegildo Zegna’s collaboration with Fear of God, the Los Angeles streetwear brand, set for a March 2 launch in Paris during the women's catwalk season.
Oscar winners, uber influencers, Italian race car drivers, edgy skateboarders, a regiment of buyers and scores of fashion editors turned out in force on Friday night in a chilly Milan for the latest Zegna show.