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A roundup of their collective efforts, right here.
Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, luxury fashion brands have stepped up to aid the fight against its further spread. Here, we've rounded up their efforts, from voluntary protective gear production to massive monetary donations.LVMH, the luxury conglomerate handling the likes of Louis Vuitton,
The likes of LVMH and Kering Group are doing what they can amid the global health scare.
The race to find a cure and contain the 2019 Novel Coronavirus, which originated from the province of Wuhan, China, has scientists and medical professionals across the world pooling their talents and resources together. The luxury industry is lending a helping hand,
Remember when the supermodel was sued for posting on Instagram a photo of herself taken by the paparazzi?
Start your week with all the latest happenings in the world of fashion:Last January, Gigi Hadid faced a lawsuit filed by paparazzi photographer Xclusive Lee. According to him, the model committed copyright infringement for posting on Instagram a photo he took of Gigi.
Throw this kind of shade our way, stat.
No outfit is complete without your accessories. And what is better than having the right pair of optics to supe up your style or mood, but ones that follow your designer inclinations at the same time?Enter Kering Eyewear, whose headlining brands any
It's about time they put those rumors to bed.
Be wary of what you read online, especially on this day when people, including some of your favorite titles, are on an April fool’s high. However, one bit of news puts us on high alert as speculations of Hedi Slimane’s possible exit
His future there remains uncertain.
The creative director of the Spanish brand is reportedly in talks to renew his contract but his future there remains uncertain.A spokesperson for Kering, the holding company which owns Balenciaga, told WWD: "There are discussions between the designer and Balenciaga regarding the
Riccardo Tisci To Helm Gucci?
Riccardo Tisci is tipped to replace Frida Giannini at Gucci. The 40-year-old fashion designer is reportedly in the running to take over the position of creative director at the Italian luxury label after holding company Kering announced Frida was stepping down from the