Italian apparel and accessories brand Tod’s is co-producing a retrospective on British artist David Bailey in Milan to show its contemporary appeal.
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British department store Fortnum & Mason is hosting a Champagne brunch March 8 to celebrate the artwork of Peter Paul Rubens at its Gallery restaurant.
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Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts is honoring this year’s top individuals in film with celebrations at various properties.
Swiss apparel and accessories brand Bally is including consumers in its trip to Los Angeles for the Academy Awards, where its briefcase has a starring role.
Italian fashion label Bottega Veneta is bringing its spring/summer 2015 collection to life in a film project created with the help of dancers and artists.
Prada-owned Miu Miu is questioning the ordinary with the latest installment of its commissioned Women’s Tales series.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute is exploring the influences Chinese culture has had on Western high-fashion in a new exhibit opening May 7.
Italy’s Gucci is paying tribute to its Italian roots by expanding the visibility of the “Prince of Dreams: The Medici’s Joseph Tapestries by Pontormo and Bronzino” in Rome.
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