They may be letting unvaccinated tennis players into Australia, but here at Pitti Uomo 101 in Florence, Covid passes are obligatory, each entrant is temperature checked, and everyone wears a PPF8 masks.
Luxury brands continue to prepare for an intensive focus on Chinese consumers as the Lunar New Year looms. And the latest is Burberry, which on Friday unveiled its dedicated New Year collection and campaign.
After nearly 20 years with the Italian fashion group that owns among others Moschino, Tassinari is stepping down, to be replaced ad interim by CEO Simone Badioli. Aeffe will also set up a steering committee.
The house of JW Anderson will move its next men’s show and its pre-fall collections to Milan, to be unveiled during the next fashion week in that city in January, in a major coup for the Italian fashion capital.
LVMH-owned Italian jewellery brand Bulgari has become part of the French group’s Watches & Jewellery division, headed since the summer by the French manager, who has now joined the group's executive committee.
Ever since it opened during last month fashionistas, fans and tourists have chorused that the retrospective Thierry Mugler: Couturissime inside the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris is essential viewing.
Appointed general manager of fashion and fragrance in 2018, Charlotte Tasset has left the Parisian house, owned by Spain's Puig. Currently, it is not known what her next move will be or who will succeed her.
Former CEO of Brioni Gianluca Flore, who moved to Burberry in 2017 to oversee the British luxury brand’s operations in the Americas, will step into his new role as chief commercial officer from September 1.