Fashion brands have increasingly been picking famous faces over professional models for their advertising campaigns, favoring the well known over the generally unfamiliar.
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Italian fashion house Fendi is playing off the personality of its popular creative director Karl Lagerfeld with a ready-to-wear and accessories collection inspired by the bag charm made in his honor.
Italian fashion label Emilio Pucci is giving consumers a taste of “Riviera glamour” through a limited-edition capsule collection with tailored resort wear brand Orlebar Brown.
As luxury houses are becoming more active on social media, so are their creative directors, many of whom have established their own accounts separate from the brand, featuring a mix of personal and professional content.
U.S. fashion label Oscar de la Renta’s late eponymous founder is the subject of a retrospective at the Savannah College of Art and Design.
German automaker Mercedes-Benz is promoting its role as title sponsor of Berlin’s fashion week with a new episode of its “Fashion Creatives” series that pokes fun at fashion advertising tropes.
American fashion label Diane von Furstenberg is gearing up for the premiere of its brand-centric television show with a multichannel campaign.
Fashion brand Maison Martin Margiela has introduced new two fragrances to round out its olfactory narrative collection, Replica.
Italian fashion label Giorgio Armani is revealing the role nature played in shaping its spring/summer 2015 collection with a short film.
U.S. fashion label Michael Kors is bringing consumers to the place of inspiration for its fall/winter 2014 runway collection through a digital travel guide.