Having opted for a coed format for the last three seasons, the Parisian luxury brand will return to the French capital's menswear calendar in 2019, hosting a presentation in January and a runway show in June.
The brand headed by American street artist Shepard Fairey has chosen Paris as the location for its first ever store, setting up shop around the corner from Place de la République, where the city's skaters congregate.
Following predictions from industry observers indicating Chinese company Icicle as the favourite to take over Carven, the French brand has confirmed that the premium fashion group is indeed the new owner of the house.
After the “Big Four” fashion marathon, Amazon Fashion Week Tokyo 2019 S/S will kick off Monday with 51 brands, including 20 first-time participants and 10 foreign brands, showcasing their latest collections.
The Italian menswear trade show has chosen Glenn Martens' Y/Project as the guest of honour for its next January edition. The label will therefore be showing in Florence this season, and not its hometown Paris.