The event ‘Fashion in a Sustainable New World – French-American Perspectives’ will be held in New York on Wednesday May 4, 2022, providing an opportunity to discuss the challenges of sustainable fashion.
From Dior to Chanel, Bottega Veneta to Louis Vuitton, luxury houses and brands such as Diesel or Drome are multiplying their artistic initiatives in Venice, where the 59th Art Biennale has just kicked off.
The first West Coast exhibition dedicated to the influential designer just opened its doors at the L.A. County Museum of Art. Over 200 pieces are on display, all shown in correlation with historic pieces from the museum.
The house of Dior has become a key donor of the Venice Biennale, which starts this week. Dior will host an opening dinner Saturday night to fund the restoration of the Ca' d'Oro and aid Ukrainian refugees in Italy.
A group of experienced and youthful French executives have launched the Fédération de la Mode Circulaire, designed to inject dynamism into the fight to stop climate change caused by the fashion and luxury industries.
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.
LVMH’s luxury jeweller Tiffany & Co is to stage a London exhibition this summer to commemorate its 150th anniversary in the capital. The free-to-enter event will run between 10 June to 19 August at the Saatchi Gallery.