French luxury conglomerate Kering is doing its part to promote sustainability by partnering with a new technology company to develop innovative strategies for recycling fabric.
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For the first time, fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld’s entire storied 60-year career at houses including Chanel, Chloé and Fendi is being explored via a retrospective held at the Art and Exhibition Hall of the Federal Republic of Germany in Bonn.
Despite changes in the Swiss franc exchange rate and the introduction of a number of high-tech wearables, many of the presenting watchmakers at Switzerland’s Baselworld 2015 maintained traditional ethos.
French luxury conglomerate Kering is exploring women’s contributions to film through a new initiative at the Festival de Cannes.
British department store Fortnum & Mason is hosting a three day Easter workshop in Piccadilly that includes a vegetable orchestra and arts and crafts.
LVMH-owned Ruinart Champagne is exploring the notion of time through 12 glass sculptures representing the months of the year.
Although World Water Day was March 22, Italian fashion house Giorgio Armani is extending its philanthropic involvement with UNICEF USA’s Tap Project through June.
Canadian department store chain Holt Renfrew is celebrating African culture and artisans by featuring the continent at its annual H Project in-store shop.
The annual Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington celebrates a gift from Japan to the United States more than 100 years ago and serves as the unofficial start of spring in the region.
U.S. footwear label Stuart Weitzman is asking its consumers to purchase for a purpose with a capsule collection to raise money for cancer research.