Prada has become the latest big name in luxury fashion to go fur-free with the group’s brands, including Prada itself plus Miu Miu, Church’s and Car Shoe, to stop using fur from its SS20 womenswear collection.
France accounts for over one quarter of the total sales of the top 100 luxury corporations worldwide according to Deloitte’s 2019 report, with 9 groups listed and LVMH, L'Oréal, Kering and Chanel in the top 10.
Premium Paris-based womenswear brand Ba&sh will open a store in the Carnaby area. The new location will be at 20 Beak Street, at the bottom end of Carnaby Street and not far from upscale Regent Street.
Fur, so long associated with glamour and luxury, has lost its lustre. Over the course of the past year, many of the world's most prestigious fashion houses have announced plans to stop using the controversial material.
Joseph named not just a new Creative Director but a new Chief Executive too on Monday. The contemporary luxury brand announced the appointment of Susana Clayton as its creative chief and Barbara Campos as CEO.
Ferragamo’s head of marketing and communications, Antonio Burrello, is leaving the group, two sources with knowledge of the matter said, signalling further management changes at the Florentine shoemaker.