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Marcolin promotes Lara Marogna to group style and product development director
Following the departure of Alessandro Beccarini, Lara Marogna has been appointed director of style and product development for the Italian eyewear manufacturer.
Bloobloom eyewear to open five London stores
Eyewear brand Bloobloom is adding five new UK stores with openings in key locations such as Westfield London and Battersea Power Station.
Cos launches eyewear collection with Linda Farrow
H&M Group’s COS brand is teaming up with British avant-garde eyewear label Linda Farrow for a collection of pieces it said are as “iconic as they are timeless”.
Moschino announces that Jeremy Scott is stepping down as creative director
The house of Moschino announced on Monday afternoon that Jeremy Scott is stepping down as creative director of the Milan-based marque, after a decade long rein.
Cubitts to launch archive collection as it celebrates 10th anniversary
In celebration of its 10-year anniversary, eyewear maker/retailer Cubitts is “dusting off its treasures”, opening up a limited-edition archive of 10 heritage frames that are no longer in production.
Kering Eyewear to acquire UNT
A unit of Kering has signed an agreement to acquire French company UNT, the luxury giant and Gucci owner said on Monday.
Women's fashion week: Ten trends for winter 2023-2024
From New York to London, Milan and Paris, designers have created high quality collections for Autumn-Winter 2023-2024, marking a return to formal elegance without losing sight of uninhibited sexyness.
Carrera named official eyewear partner of Coachella 2023
Carrera Eyewear, a house brand of Safilo Group, announced on Thursday its official eyewear partnership with the 2023 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.
Safilo evaluates sale of Italian Longarone plant
Italian eyewear group Safilo on Thursday forecast net sales would reach 1.3 billion euros ($1.37 billion) in 2027, driven by a 4% annual growth rate as it issued its medium-term targets.
Rokh, Abra, Mossi and Situationist: four different interpretations of avant-garde in Paris
Faced with the challenge of reinventing fashion, niche brands opted to collaborate with other international firms, master their tailoring skills or focus on environmental responsibility.
As buyers demand it, Bangladesh garment factories go green
Bangladesh's garment factories have long been known for producing low-cost garments in often harsh working conditions, but international pressure for more sustainable clothing production is starting to change that.
Deeny’s Dozen: The 12 best collections in the world this season
The runway season just ended marking a restoration of reined in chic, with brands and designers keen to capture new followers after the dark grind of the pandemic. We select the 12 most memorable fashion statements.
Ukrainian brands Bevza and Di Stavnitser showcase elegance and resilience in Paris
Resilience and adapting to a bleak backdrop mark the Ukrainian mindset and its fashion collections. FashionNetwork.com discuss business in times of war with firm Bevza and the newly launched brand Di Stavnitser.
Germanier: Paris Fashion Week's most exciting new talent
Kevin Germanier is a Swiss with an Irish name who happens to be bursting with talent. As his zany, surrealist yet also commercial collection shown Monday in Christie’s Paris auction house fully displayed.
Louis Vuitton: Edgy urban luxury in the Musée d’Orsay
How to survive with style in the urban jungle was the overriding image of the latest collection by Nicolas Ghesquière for Louis Vuitton staged Monday lunchtime in Paris.
Pure, modern, colourful: Pierre Cardin is back on official Parisian calendar
Two years after the death of its eponymous founder, Pierre Cardin made its return to Paris Fashion Week on Sunday evening, 30 years after dropping out of the event’s official calendar.