In New York, London, Milan and Paris, designers have unveiled Fall/Winter 2022-23 collections that are rather practical and well-balanced, mixing classic, comfortable garments with ultra-feminine creations.
Burberry staged its first show in over two years on Friday, and the result was Riccardo Tisci’s best collection for the house, where he properly embraced the brand’s codes, even as he injected in his own DNA.
As Paris Fashion Week draws to a close, designers show their increasing interest in the younger generation with collections designed especially for them, whether adopting a sportswear flair or a more elegant approach.
Mytheresa had another good ‘golden quarter’ (its fiscal Q2) with the luxury fashion e-tailer saying on Wednesday that it saw strong general merchandise value (GMV) growth of 26.2% as it also increased its guidance.
Kenzo, Prada and Ambush are some of the many luxury labels active in the virtual world, whether commercialising NFTs or making significant investments in the metaverse, as Philipp Plein and Gucci did recently.
LVMH, which took full control of the eyewear company in December, has appointed Alessandro Zanardo as its new CEO. Zanardo has worked for eyewear giant Luxottica and has had extensive international experience.