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Rimowa Unveils New York Flagship

For the opening celebration of the first U.S. store, the brand drew A-listers such as Jared Leto, Alessandra Ambrosio, Melissa George and Alex Lundqvist.

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Valextra Opens First U.S. Store

The move comes on the heels of the ceo appointment of Alessandra Bettari, and just over a month since the departure of design director Alvaro Gonzalez.

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Bruce Weber in Europe for Shinola Collaboration

The pet accessories line made its debut at Colette on Thursday night.

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Prada Acquires French Tannery

The Italian group has acquired historic Tannerie Mégisserie Hervy, further ramping up the race for luxury firms to acquire their vital downstream suppliers.

Valextra Confirms Álvaro González’s Departure

An in-house team will design the accessories brand.

Gianfranco Lotti Bows in Florence

Located on the city’s Via de’ Tornabuoni, the two-story boutique spans over 1,808 square feet and carries the brand’s complete offering.

Piquadro Gearing Up for U.S. Debut

The accessories and luggage brand will enter the U.S. market next year through the opening of its first store on New York’s Madison Avenue in March.

Shinola Taps Richard Lambertson, John Truex

As design directors at the Detroit-based company, the two will focus specifically on accessories and leather goods.

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Delvaux Settles in Paris

The Belgian brand has embarked on a global expansion plan, including the opening of seven boutiques before the year is over.

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Pharrell Williams Collaborates With Moynat

The signer and French leather goods firm have created a capsule range of handbags shaped like vintage steam locomotives.

Mandarina Duck Names New CEO

Dirk Vosswinkel takes up the post.

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