On the 9th of April, Giorgio Armani reopened the flagship store in Milan on Via Monte Napoleone.
Cult British label Paul Smith has opened its first European “Paul Smith Junior” store for mini fashionistas in Paris.
The McDonald’s collection will be available exclusively at Colette and online at Colette.fr from May 4-31.
Michael Kors has launched of a footwear capsule collection called Jet Set 6 Spring-summer 2015.
Gucci presented the first images of its Pre-Fall 2015 advertising campaign, thus marking the official debut of Alessandro Michele.
Karine Roitfeld is about to bring her chic, classically French sensibilities to Uniqlo.
Elsa Hosk, Candice Swanepoel and Jasmine Tookes are the stars of Victoria’s Secret’s latest lingerie campaign.
Chanel’s Spring-Summer 2015 eyewear campaign features “Twilight” actress Kristen Stewart.
French deputies on Friday voted to ban ultra-thin catwalk models, despite howls of protest from modelling agencies in the world’s fashion capital.
LVMH has unveiled the eight finalsts shortlisted for the second annual LVMH Prize for Young Fashion Designers.
Roberto Cavalli has appointed Norwegian designer Peter Dundas as its new creative director, with immediate effect.
Italian designer Massimo Giorgetti has been named the new creative director of fashion house of Emilio Pucci.
Fashion line Marc by Marc Jacobs will soon be discontinued and absorbed into the designer’s principal line, according to reports.
Victoria Beckham has said that she will open her next fashion boutique in Hong Kong.
Sophia Webster has designed a pair of shoes with Coca-Cola to promote their personalized name campaign during Paris Fashion Week.
Shanghai Tang takes us on a journey through the spectacular villas in the island of Capri with the Spring Summer 2015 Campaign.
This month, cinema go-ers in the UK, Australia and Japan will be able to discover the new “Dior and I” feature-length film.
Fendi cast Anna Cleveland to star in a video to launch the Spring/Summer 2015 sunglasses collection in collaboration with Thierry Lasry.
Jean-Paul Gaultier’s first ready-to-wear venture since he shuttered his eponymous line last year will be with Japanese retailer Seven and I.
2015 is a big year for the 80-year old Italian designer who is celebrating the 40th anniversary of his luxury fashion empire.