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Paris celebrates Sonia Rykiel, by giving her name to an alley. The street in Saint-Germain-des-Prés will be inaugurated on September 29. Sonia Rykiel is the first ever fashion designer to give her name to a French street.


Celine teases Hotel des Invalides on instagram as the location for its spring-summer 2019 show.


Last night, Moncler presented its second iteration of the Genius project, inviting Noir Kei Ninomiya, Craig Green, Fragment design and Simone Rocha back for a second season, only presented through video this time.


All of Leclaireur stores will be closed on Wednesday, September 19th


The Maillol Museum in Paris is hosting « Giacometti – from tradition to avant-garde » until next January 20.


Mario Sorrenti and Phaidon released « KATE », a book compiling never-before-published portraits of young Kate Moss he took in the 90s.


Gucci unveiled new gigantic art walls featuring Marina Abramović in Milan, New York, London and Hong Kong, teasing the artist’s new exhibit.


Stella McCartney and Adidas released the first vegan Stan Smith ever


London Fashion Week will be fur-free said the British Fashion Council. LFW starts September 13


Nikola Vasari is the new Artistic Director for Faith Connexion


Virgil Abloh collaborates with Moët & Chandon for the design of a limited edition champagne bottles: "Do Not Drop"


Burberry won’t use animal fur anymore and vows to stop burning unsold stock


David Bowie cocktail bar to open at Hotel Café Royal in London on September 20


Céline becomes Celine under Hedi Slimane’s direction. The new artistic director of the French House teased a new bag worn by Lady Gaga during her stay in Paris.


The H&M Foundation launches its fourth edition of the Global Change Awards, highlighting projects contributing to a circular and circular system in fashion. This 2019 edition will focus on digital initiatives.


Nina Ricci appoints the 2018 Hyères laureates, Rushemy Botter and Lisi Herrebrugh, as its new artistic directors.


After 13 years, Marina Yee – one of the Antwerp Six – is back with an exhibition at Laila Tokio in Tokyo, where 5 new designs will be displayed amongst rare archives and selected artworks.


On October 12, 13 and 14, as part of its Journées Particulières, LVMH will open the doors of 76 of its houses to the public throughout the world, including Louis Vuitton, Givenchy, Christian Dior, Fendi and Loewe.