Ahead of the show opening May 4 in New York, the Costume Institute has released a video in which curator Andrew Bolton discusses the work of the Japanese designer and gives a behind-the-scenes glimpse of preparations.
Adidas and Reebok are the world’s most transparent brands, but despite achieving the highest scores, they still have a long way to go towards being completely transparent, according to Fashion Revolution.
Tommy Hilfiger has launched a new European m-commerce app in four different languages and 17 countries. It will include streaming video content from Gigi Hadid and will let consumers buy from the brand’s Instagram feed.
French luxury goods group Hermès said on Thursday that sales growth accelerated in the first quarter, driven by demand from Asian customers, providing further evidence of a broader recovery in the luxury goods industry.
A raft of high profile luxury brands including Chanel, Clavin Klein and Ted Baker are set to open stores at St Pancras International as the busy London station reports strong footfall and retail performances.
Farfetch has teamed up with Melbourne-based boutique Dot Comme to release a number of exclusive archive Comme des Garçons pieces ahead of the opening of the Met’s Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garçons exhibition.
Familiars names like Azzaro and Ronald van der Kemp will take guest turns on the Paris Couture runway this July, as will some newcomers — Belgian label A.F. Vandervost and American labels Proenza Schouler and Rodarte.
The French do have a thing for their tragic singers, and few were more dramatic than the glamorous Italian star Dalida, the subject of a striking exhibition in the Palais Galliera in Paris that opens Thursday.