Bringing you the latest in fashion and luxury for May. By Vincent Loh
The latest in fashion and luxury for May
Massimiliano Giornetti has stepped down as the creative director for Salvatore Ferragamo after working for the fashion house for more than 15 years. Its Autumn/ Winter 2016 collection was his last for the Italian family- run label.
The business of fashion is changing rapidly as more fashion brands have started to unify their shows. From next year on, Gucci will also be combining both its womenswear and menswear shows into one in Milan.
Calvin Klein’s two creative directors for womenswear and menswear, Franciso Costa and Italo Zucchelli, are leaving the company, as the brand plans to merge both collections under one creative vision.
A New Beginning
After only four years of being Saint Laurent’s creative director, Hedi Slimane has announced his departure from the brand. Anthony Vaccarello, previously from Versus Versace, has been appointed to take over his position.
Fendi has reopened its largest flagship store in Rome. After a yearlong refurbishment, the seven-storey Palazzo Fendi now incorporates a boutique, a seven- room hotel as well as a rooftop restaurant.