The South Korean brand Bean Pole, owned by textile giant Samsung Cheil, invited the Hermès creative director to design a menswear time capsule for fall. Dubbed Novö, the collection is now on display in the windows of ...
French luxury goods maker Hermes sees no sign yet of affluent buyers tightening their purse strings in spite of a sombre global economic outlook, the head of the brand said on Sunday at Paris Fashion Week.
Flamboyant couturier Jean-Paul Gaultier is leaving Hermes to be replaced by Lacoste's in-house stylist, Britain's Giles Deacon is to join Ungaro -- in times of crisis, fashion looks to safe designers and wearable garb.
They dress ladies, highlight their shape and curves and bring Amazonian femininity to cities which like “to be beautiful”. Who? The new brand from top of the range designer Catherine Dupire-Clément, ‘Back to Noise’.