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These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Monday.
The schedule for Haute Couture Fashion Week is here
The Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture released the schedule for next month’s Haute Couture Fashion Week. Running from July 3 to July 6 in Paris, the lineup features Fall 2023 debuts from 32 different houses, including guest designers like Thom Browne and Mohammed Ashi, plus Charles de Vilmorin. Fashionista Inbox
Diesel, Maison Margiela name new CEOs
Diesel announced the appointment of Matteo Lena as the brand’s new CEO for North America. He brings over 20 years of experience in the luxury goods market, and was previously Senior Vice President Brand Manager Americas and Senior Vice President Retail North America at Giorgio Armani Corp. Meanwhile, Maison Margiela (which is under the OTB Group umbrella, like Diesel) also has new executive leadership: Stefano Rosso is now chairman, and Gaetano Sciuto is CEO. Sciuto’s the former CEO of Giorgio Armani Americas, and will replace Gianfranco Gianangeli. Fashionista inbox
Hotel owners raise the bar when it comes to amenities
For many travelers, a major perk of staying in hotels is the in-room amenities. Since the pandemic and as hotel stays get pricier, these products have gotten more attention than ever, Tiffany Ap reports in Business of Fashion. “Hotels wanted to [provide] extra items for guests because they need to justify a higher room rate,” shared Tommaso Pacini, founder of La Bottega and amenities partner to Dipytyque. Business of Fashion/paywalled
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