Monthly Archives: June 2019

Paris Scene: What’s New for Couture Season

Ideas for shopping, eating, taking in art and spa-going in between shows.

Dior to Open Temporary Champs-Elysées Store on July 15

The boutique will remain open for the duration of renovations at the brand’s historic flagship on Avenue Montaigne.

Zimmermann Expands Its Resort Business With Boutique in Capri

The brand is also opening the doors of new shops in New York and Paris this month.

Bridget Foley’s Diary: LVMH, A Matter of Pride

In front of an audience of employees, executives of the group’s U.S. maisons signed the U.N. Standards of Conduct for Business in support of LGBTQ rights.

Asos x ‘The Lion King’ Collaboration Taps Into Nineties Nostalgia

The capsule collection leverages classic moments and characters from the film in celebration of the upcoming live-action reboot.

Paris Couture Seeks New Blood as Business Booms

All eyes are on Virginie Viard, who will present her first solo couture collection for Chanel since the death of Karl Lagerfeld in February.

Donatella Versace Has Long Been a Gay Icon. Now It’s Official.

Where else would the high priestess of Italian glamour end up but as a Stonewall Ambassador riding around on a float?

Exhibition on Azzedine Alaïa’s Tati Collection Debuts in Paris

Alaïa’s Spring 1991 collection was reportedly the first designer collaboration with a mass-market retailer.

EXCLUSIVE: Felipe Oliveira Baptista Takes Over Creative Direction of Kenzo

He is to start on July 1 and will oversee artistic direction globally, a position which includes collections, communication and special projects.

Charlotte Casiraghi Wears Giambattista Valli to Wed Dimitri Rassam

Following the civil ceremony on June 1, Princess Charlotte of Monaco wed Dimitri Rassam in a chapel in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence on Saturday.