“We are in a phase of redefinition of our style,” said Mario Moretti Polegato, the president and founder of Geox. He was not lying, and the proof can be seen in this limited edition line, the Empire State Building special.
French fashion house Celine, owned by luxury goods group LVMH, has been holding off opening new stores this year and hopes collections from creative director Phoebe Philo will underpin sales from 2010.
After almost 30 years in fashion, Elie Saab has turned his attention to perfume with a licensing agreement for the global distribution of perfumes and cosmetics, in association with Beauté Prestige International (BPI).
As the first snow begins to fall in the mountains, Oxbow is presenting its very first collection of snowboards. The boards have taken the colours and lines from the Natural, New and Wibes clothing collections.
Italian luxury goods group Salvatore Ferragamo has designed a limited collection to raise funds for breast cancer groups, targeting wealthy - and charitable - Asians who appear immune to the economic downturn.
The first international convention of children’s rights was established twenty years ago. To celebrate its twentieth anniversary, Vertbaudet has teamed up with Unicef to create a t-shirt called “Children’s Rights” as well as two styles of children’s toys.
Crockett & Jones is celebrating its 130th anniversary. The label’s formidable story began in 1879 in Northampton, in the English midlands to the north-west of London, under the direction of Sir James Crockett and Charles Jones.