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About Christophe Lemaire 1965: Born in France 1991: First Christophe Lemaire collection 2000: Appointed Lacoste Artistic Director 2007: Christophe Lemaire's activity re-launch and opening of a shop in Paris 2011: Appointed Hermes women's Artistic Director 2015: Final Hermes Spring Summer collection http://www.fastretailing.com/eng/group/news/1503031700.html
moody stooges new band name I called it
Congrats bene. Neuro at Brown is pretty awesome. My favorite style tick in that Atelier story is the use of "said he"
People are obsessed with Vetements. I've liked what they've done in the past but this recent collection just seems like what a soccer mom thinks hipsters dress like.
Junya was amazing. I'm not necessarily surprised that his women's is better but I am kinda surprised at just how different the men's and women's are. Just looking at the two side by side you wouldn't even know the same guy did both. Does show an impressive range I guess.
JustFab article:The company is tracking to do $400 million in 2014 revenue and more than $500 million in 2015 revenue, Mr. Goldenberg said. Of that amount, roughly 90% comes from the site’s subscribers.http://www.wsj.com/articles/BL-VCDB-15364BoF on Farfetch:According to market reports, the company, which has yet to cross over into profitability, is estimated to drive about $350 million in gross merchandise volume (GMV) with about $90 million in resulting revenue from...
I read that BoF piece on Farfetch this morning. I was surprised when I actually saw the numbers. A $1 billion valuation does seem high based on those figures. I thought their revenue would be higher. JustFab is also valued at $1 billion and I think Farfetch is a better idea, but their revenue is significantly higher. I thought Farfetch would be in the same ballpark but apparently not.
shah, you need to post video of crazy skulking walks at Margiela à la Galliano [[SPOILER]] edit: oh, and borsalino is going bankrupt http://qz.com/356647/the-maker-of-the-worlds-coolest-hats-is-heading-toward-bankruptcy/
i think what Raf Simons is doing at Dior is probably the best work of his career, which is really saying something i think Damir Doma has been one of the most spectacular collapses in recent fashion history and I think he will soon be creative director at Ann Taylor
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