The French label bought in 2018 by Chinese group Icicle is relaunching in Europe. It recently upgraded its website and dropped a new perfume, and has now revamped its long-established Champs-Elysées flagship in Paris.
The womenswear label founded in Marseille in 1985, is undertaking two actions – an administrative case in Europe and a lawsuit in France – against Charaf Tajer's label, which it accuses of trademark infringement.
No brand in millinery has more mystic than Borsalino, which after a turbulent half-decade now seems back on track. We caught up with Creative Director Giacomo Santucci to hear his vision for the hatmaker to the stars.
The owner of 7 For All Mankind announced record Q4 and full-year sales and earnings on Wednesday thanks to strong top and bottom-line growth, but the coronavirus outbreak cast a long shadow over its outlook for 2020.
‘Very Ralph’, the documentary on the 50-year career of the US fashion and culture icon, was released on HBO on November 12 and in France on November 16, with an advance screening in Paris for 100 selected guests.
Potential buyers had until July 9th to come forward and FashionNetwork.com has learned that three offers have been made, including one by Carven perfume licensee Bogart. The brand, however, is keeping its options open.