The Belgian designer is taking his brand into women's fashion with a collection balancing minimalism with futuristic and psychedelic touches, as revealed alongside his latest menswear pieces in a moody, unsettling film.
The San Francisco-based digital-first luxury consignment platform has opened its first flagship store in the Windy City, its largest location to date, featuring in-store valuation and tailoring services.
The Italian label too has introduced the role of director in charge of diversity, equity and inclusion. Based in North America, the position has been entrusted to Malika Savell, formerly with French luxury group LVMH.
The Milan fashion powerhouse has significantly expanded its Prada Re-Nylon selection, offering ready-to-wear, footwear and accessories for men and women, underlining its commitment to a sustainable business model.
Next summer’s womenswear collections showcased in New York, London, Milan and Paris – digitally and on the catwalks - were heavily influenced by life in lockdown, hankering for comfort, minimalism and inclusion.
The US executive, who has made a name for himself in top roles for leading luxury groups like Prada, LVMH and Valentino, is the new CEO of Trussardi. His main goal is to promote the label’s expansion in foreign markets.
Without question, this has been the strangest season in fashion in 50 years, where designers have been busy asking themselves what the point of their profession is. What the French call "une remise en question."
Miuccia Prada didn’t stage any life shows this season in either Milan or Paris, though she did unveil two very carefully crafted videos, especially so in the case of Miu Miu, in Paris at lunchtime on Tuesday.