"Death Becomes Her": The Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute in New York has borrowed the film title for its new exhibition dedicated to mourning attire and exploring the links between fashion and mourning.
The Louis Vuitton Foundation, located in a building designed by Frank Gehry that resembles a glass ship, has offered a preview of the collection that it will open to the public in Paris’ Bois de Boulogne on October 27.
Madrid's Thyssen Museum opens Wednesday the first major retrospective of designs by French fashion designer Hubert de Givenchy, who worked for such famous clients as Audrey Hepburn and Jacqueline Kennedy.
On August 7, Levi's opened a Commuter Workspace that will run until 17 August in Shoreditch in London. It’s part of a series of Workspaces organized in July and August in New York, Los Angeles and London.
The Italian designer is to make his archives available to the public through a privately-funded museum put together in collaboration with the city of Milan on a former industrial site near the fashion company’s headquarters on via Bergognone.