This week we've been talking about Paris Men's Fashion Week, A Day in the Life of a Fashion Stylist, and The Future of Anti-Ageing Skincare. But what have we been reading about? Here are the top five fashion news headlines from around the web!
Just weeks after designer Tomas Maier parted ways with Bottega Veneta, his eponymous label has announced that it will cease operations. Its parent company, Kering, has announced that it is ending its partnership with the label. The two stores in New York, along with the e-commerce site, are expected to close later this year.
David Carey, head of Hearst Magazines, is stepping down at the end of the year after eight years at the media company. Hearst chief executive Steven Swartz said in an internal email Monday that the president and group head of the company's magazine division will remain as chairman of that division through 2019 and assist in the search for his replacement. Carey has also accepted a position as a fellow at the Harvard Advanced Leadership Initiative, according to an internal email he sent to the company on Monday.
Adidas and Palace have collaborated on a court-ready kit of tennis whites ahead of Wimbledon. The collection is the second time the sportswear titan has teamed up with the London skate brand and marks Palace’s first foray into womenswear. The womenswear debut consists of a dress, a tank top and shorts, tee and skirt set that looks to the ’70s and ’80s for inspiration while staying true to Adidas’s high-performance, functional designs and showcasing the new Adidas by Palace branding.
Coming in September, Habitat has collaborated with Shrimps designer Hannah Weiland on a new line of home furnishings. Anyone with even a passing understanding of the Shrimps brand will know, of course, that with Hannah at the helm, it's going to be magnificently eccentric. There's going to be an ethereal theme to the collection, with make-believe creatures, Venetian jesters, doodled faces – based around a palette of pink and red, interspersed with pops of gold and Breton stripe.
Much-fêted womenswear designer Simon Porte Jacquemus just showed his first menswear collection in the south of France. This first menswear collection was titled Le Gadjo, which roughly translates to gypsy, a friendly term that is often used as a colloquialism for boy in this part of the world.