Soooo, Target Australia Gets Cavalli Roberto Cavalli is set to bring a glam, sexy touch to the Australian summer. Retailer Target Australia has tapped the Italian designer to do an exclusive women’s capsule collection to be launched on Oct. 21. The capsule, consisting of 42 pieces spanning from daywear and eveningwear to footwear and swimwear, will be available at 136 […]Read more ›
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Marchesa…..in stores?! The New York-based brand which has become an increasingly popular staple on the red carpet, known for its artful embellishments and calligraphic motifs, is apparently going to become at least slightly more accessible. The brand just finalized a licensing agreement with LF USA, the U.S. subsidiary of Hong Kong-based Li & Fung, to launch a lower-priced contemporary line. […]Read more ›
Li & Fung Join Vena Cava LF USA is building a contemporary portfolio and has now turned to Vena Cava, the American label by Lisa Mayock and Sophie Buhai, to lead the way. The U.S. subsidiary of Hong Kong-based Li & Fung Limited has inked a long-term licensing and design agreement with Vena Cava. Mayock and Buhai, who started their […]Read more ›
Is this the key to Gaultier's future? The race to own Jean Paul Gaultier is not over yet! When reports came out last week announcing Spanish perfumer Puig as the lead contender in the purchase of Hermes' 45 percent stake in the Jean Paul Gaultier label, everyone assumed the sale would be made. Both China's Li & Fung and Italy's […]Read more ›
If fashion houses were truly houses, then the revolving door of that house would be the stakeholders. Currently, the biggest name up for grabs is French design legend Jean-Paul Gaultier. When the designer left his post as head women's wear designer for Hermes last year, the French label maintained a 45 percent stake in the JPG label. Now it seems […]Read more ›
We all had that special pair of Keds we loved as children, the white or patterned canvas shoe that lasted forever and went with with every outfit we owned (or so we thought). So now the question is, would we buy an outfit made by Keds as well? We're about to find out since the nearly 100-year-old footwear brand is […]Read more ›