The Fédération de la Haute Couture et de la Mode has announced the schedule and participating brands for the Haute Couture Week Fall/Winter 2023-2024 Collection. It will be held from July 3 to 6, with runway shows and presentations by 32 fashion brands.
British Vogue announced that Edward Enninful, who is in charge of its dual role as European editorial director of Vogue and editor-in-chief of British Vogue will leave his current position next year.
On May 24, Louis Vuitton held a runway show for its Cruise 2024 collection. The show took place on Isola Bella, a small private island floating on Lake Maggiore in Italy and owned by the Borromeo family since the 16th century.
DIOR presented its Cruise 2024 collection in Mexico City on May 20.
The theme of the collection is Frida Kahlo, one of the most notable women painters in contemporary Mexican painting.
On May 18, the Wall Street Journal reported that Shein, China’s leading fast fashion brand, has raised $2 billion in funding at a valuation of $66 billion.
On May 19, Bloomberg reported that Instagram is planning to release a text-based app to compete with Twitter.
On May 15, VICE Media filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and announced its bankruptcy. According to documents filed with the court by the company, the total debt is reportedly estimated at up to $1 billion.
On May 9, CHANEL presented its Cruise 2024 collection in Los Angels.
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The dates for each brand’s Cruise 2024 Collection have been officially announced.
CHANEL will hold its Cruise 2024 Collection show on May 9 in Los Angeles, California, U.S. GUCCI is scheduled to present its Cruise 2024 Collection on May 16 at Gyeongbok Palace in Seoul, Korea.