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Day’s wrap: Bottega Veneta, Ferragamo, Alexander McQueen, Mercedes, Proenza Schouler and NRF

November 10, 2021

Bottega Veneta famously ditched social media during Daniel Lee’s tenure. Image credit: Bottega Veneta


Luxury Daily’s live news for Nov. 10:

Daniel Lee steps down from Kering’s Bottega Veneta
French luxury conglomerate Kering has confirmed that creative director Daniel Lee is departing Italian fashion house Bottega Veneta in a joint decision.

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Ferragamo Q3 revenues climb across all channels, including retail
Italy’s Salvatore Ferragamo has continued its upward trajectory in the third quarter of 2021, with revenues for the first nine months of the year up almost 34 percent to 84 million euro, or about $96.7 million at current exchange rates.

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Alexander McQueen supports youth arts education with new partnership
British fashion label Alexander McQueen is expanding its support of educational outreach programs to help foster diversity in the fashion industry.

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Mercedes, Proenza Schouler embrace sustainable style with capsule collection
German automaker Mercedes-Benz has enlisted New York-based fashion label Proenza Schouler for a sustainable capsule collection for its latest collaboration.

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NRF sues to review US COVID-19 vaccine mandate
The National Retail Federation has joined multiple trade organizations in a lawsuit against the federal government’s mandate on COVID-19 vaccinations.

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