Missing Armani, the Milan fashion week scheduled on January 14-18 will feature 16 physical shows and 18 digital ones. Among the events, a unique installation in homage to Virgil Abloh at the Louis Vuitton store.
The Italian luxury label, renowned for its furs, now featured in recycled, ethical solutions, is relying chiefly on leather goods and evergreen ready-to-wear to grow, according to a Retviews by Lectra study.
Two weeks after the death of Virgil Abloh, the tabloids are putting forward their hypotheses about who could succeed the designer at the head of Louis Vuitton's menswear collections, with some pointing to Kanye West.
Two of the edgiest labels around have chosen to show in Milan, during a fashion week scheduled on January 14-18 and featuring plenty of new names, parties and soirees, with 68 events including 23 physical shows.
The French group has acquired the 49% stake held by Italian glasses maker Marcolin in Thélios, the joint venture founded by the two companies in 2017, thereby taking complete control of its eyewear operations.