Most people when they think of Germany this month will think of politics not fashion, as voters will select the successor to Angela Merkel. Still, this week the capital staged Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin.
French luxury group LVMH has officially confirmed that it has entrusted the artistic direction of Emilio Pucci to Camille Miceli, who has served as creative director for accessories at Louis Vuitton since 2014.
September’s Paris Fashion Week will feature a total of 92 houses, as Paul Smith and Raf Simons return, and scores of brands plan physical shows on the calendar of the Federation de la Haute Couture et de la Mode.
Dior has once again snatched first place in Launchmetrics’ quarterly list of the top power players in luxury fashion, while Gucci has made solid progress in China as the country leads the sector’s post-pandemic recovery.
Luxury trade body Walpole has published the line-up of speakers for its Future of British Luxury Summit in London next month, including Anya Hindmarch, Chanel, Dunhill, Farfetch, Harrods, Roksanda and Jo Malone London.