With Glenn Martens in charge of style, the Italian jeans label will be showing its Fall/Winter 2022-23 collection in Japan in June, using the same inflatable-doll setting adopted for its Milanese show in February.
The Barcelona bridal event held between April 20 and 24 underlined the industry’s recovery, bringing together 18,600 attendees, 320 companies, 1,170 buyers and 34 fashion shows by brands such as Pronovias and Rosa Clará.
Two years after his last show, Alexander Wang returned to the catwalk in Chinatown, LA with a runway titled “Fortune City” that presented the designer’s pre-fall and fall 2022 collections, as well as a night market.
The Kering group’s star label has decided to stage its next show on May 16 at the medieval castle of Castel del Monte, in the southern Italian region of Puglia, and will support a project for the site’s upgrade.
After the cruise collection show announcements by Balenciaga and Dior, some of Italy’s top labels have revealed the dates of their next appearances on the world stage, from Bottega Veneta to Valentino and Moschino men's.
Proudly donning majestic headdresses, models sing an ode to the rain while a makeup artist draws geometric patterns on their faces, arms and thighs in preparation for Brazil's first-ever indigenous fashion show.
Dior will stage its next Cruise show in Seville, Spain, while sister LVMH brand Louis Vuitton will unveil its cruise collection in San Diego, USA, as major marques start head off to exotic locations this spring.
Proudly donning majestic feathered headdresses, models sing an ode to the rain while a makeup artist draws geometric patterns on their faces, arms and thighs in preparation for Brazil's first indigenous fashion show.