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01.23.23

The Last News in Fashion and Luxury (episode 03)

NellyRodi’s fashion and luxury experts share their picks from the market’s major updates. Episode 03 covers January 2023.

 

🗓 5 JANUARY 2023: HENNESSY COLLABORATES WITH YAN PEI-MING

To celebrate the Lunar New Year, the year of the rabbit, Hennessy has teamed up with Yan Pei-Ming. The French artist, who is Chinese by birth, has created a painting based on cognac’s color palette and the animals in the Chinese zodiac. The painting, titled “The Great Race”, has inspired a limited edition collection of cognacs that includes Hennessy VSOP, Hennessy XO, and Hennessy Paradis as well as a Hennessy Paradis decanter in orange tones produced in partnership with Bernardaud. 

 

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🗓 6 JANUARY 2023: LOUIS VUITTON TEAMS UP WITH YAYOI KUSAMA

Louis Vuitton’s new collection of ready-to-wear and leather goods uses the Japanese artist’s signature dots to reinterpret iconic pieces from the house. In addition to this collection, Louis Vuitton has set up art installations in its boutiques around the world to give visitors a total immersion into Kusama’s world. The house has also introduced the LVxYK mobile app with AR mini-games inspired by the collection and prizes to win. 

 

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🗓 10 JANUARY 2023: CHAUMET ANNOUNCES ITS ECHO CULTURE AWARDS

Chaumet has launched its new engagement program with the creation of the Echo Culture Awards, which recognize and reward innovative grassroots initiatives for culture led by women. The projects can concern any creative field, including visual arts, design, literature, crafts, heritage preservation, and the performing arts. Chaumet will name winners in three categories and attribute cash awards of €50,000, €25,000, and €10,000 as well as provide support for the duration of each project.

 

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🗓 11 JANUARY 2023: MAJOR MANAGEMENT CHANGES AT LVMH

Pietro Beccari, former CEO for Christian Dior Couture, has become the new CEO for Louis Vuitton, while Delphine Arnault takes over as Christian Dior Couture CEO after having served as Louis Vuitton Deputy Managing Director for 10 years. These shifts and changes are proof of the company’s commitment to keeping its houses up to date.

 

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🗓 13-22 JANUARY 2023: FALL-WINTER 23/24 MENSWEAR FASHION WEEK

Menswear Fashion Week kicked off Friday, 13 January in Milan with Gucci’s first show since the departure of Alessandro Michele. The collection marked a new direction for the house, which turned its back on Michele’s folklore artistry for a more minimal look. Other houses making the headlines during the Milan event were Fendi, JW Anderson, and Dsquared2.

Paris Fashion Week started Tuesday, 17 January with the Saint Laurent show and ended with Maison Margiela last Sunday. Givenchy’s show, which was designer Matthew M. William’s skillful debut, got a lot of attention for the designer’s playful approach to menswear proportions. 

 

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🗓 19 JANUARY 2023: KIDSUPER OVERSEES LOUIS VUITTON’S FW 23/24 MEN’S COLLECTION 

Louis Vuitton still hasn’t announced Virgil Abloh’s successor as Menswear Creative Director. The house’s Fall-Winter 23/24 menswear collection, presented 19 January in Paris, was designed by Vuitton’s men’s studio and directed by American Colm Dillane, the designer behind the KidSuper label. 

 

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🗓 28 JANUARY : SABATO DE SARNO REPLACES ALESSANDRO MICHELE AT GUCCI

After working for several Italian luxury houses including Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, and Valentino, Sabato De Sarno can now add Gucci to his credits. De Sarno will direct the Italian house’s design studio with the mission of expressing Gucci’s creative vision in the women’s, men’s, leather goods, accessories, and lifestyle collections.

Marco Bizzarri, Gucci CEO and President, stated, “I am certain that through Sabato’s deep understanding and appreciation for Gucci’s unique legacy, he will lead our creative teams with a distinctive vision that will help write this exciting next chapter, reinforcing the house’s fashion authority while capitalizing on its rich heritage.”

 

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