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MILAN – Sabato De Sarno’s first collection for Gucci, presented on Friday, delivered on owner Kering’s pledge to make the Italian brand more timeless and classical. There were lots of minimalist and basic designs you could wear in the office, deep V necklines and sequined mini evening dresses, but no real “wow” moment and little innovation in terms of accessories – where Gucci was expected to shine.
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Frédéric Arnault, the 28-year-old son of LVMH boss Bernard Arnault, is expected to leave his position as chief executive of the Swiss watchmaker TAG Heuer in the next few months, industry sources have said. The luxury family scion is to be replaced by Julien Tornare, who has been tasked with reviving TAG Heuer after having successfully revamped its sister brand Zenith over the past six years.
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Milan Fashion Week was intense this week with the highly anticipated debuts at Tom Ford and Gucci. Moschino celebrated its 40th birthday with “loud luxury” and Roberto Cavalli electrified the crowds with a hippy-chic extravaganza. The mood was calmer and darker at Prada and surprisingly emotional at Ferrari – the fashion label being built around the luxury race car. Fendi brought us a celebration of Zen beauty while Bottega Veneta produced a joyful ode to Mother Nature.

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