Can the Alexander McQueen label survive the death of its creator? Many fashion houses, notably Dior, Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent, have been able to carry on without their founder, with varying degrees of success.
Emerging from the exclusive Marc Jacobs show in New York, Robert Duffy, CEO of the Marc Jacobs line, proclaims to his Twitter audience: "Marc did look good didn't he? I'll tell him."High heels, catwalks and now. tweets.
This summer, from the 3rd of June to the 5th of September, Somerset House in London will host the Maison Martin Margiela ‘20’ The Exhibition – a celebration of twenty years of fashion design from one of the most influential and enigmatic designers in recent years.
Based in Troyes, France, the European Observatory of Multibrand Stores and Factory Outlets (Magdus) is organising its fourth symposium from 7-8 April 2010. Whilst the general economic climate remains difficult, factory outlets seem to be in fine health at the moment.
Swiss flavours and fragrances maker Givaudan's full-year net profit rose 79 percent to 199 million Swiss francs ($185 million), helped by returning consumer confidence and broadly in line with forecasts
Simon Property Group Inc made what it called a $10 billion offer for General Growth Properties Inc that would end one of the largest U.S. bankruptcies on record and combine the two largest U.S. shopping mall owners.
Menswear at New York Fashion Week typically takes a backseat to the more showy and better-known women's lines, but the collections unveiled this week show U.S. menswear designers coming into their own with strong performances.
He's known as something of a fashion wild child, but Marc Jacobs shed that image with his Autumn-Winter 2010 show in New York this week. Donna Karan, a grand dame of the fashion industry, whose collection of exquisitely cut pieces showed why she continues to be a favorite.