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Week In Fashion: Alber Elbaz Pushed Out at Lanvin

Week In Fashion

October 30

Fashion Features

Alber Elbaz Pushed Out at Lanvin

Speculation about possible successors includes Olivier Rousteing, Simone Rocha, Huishan Zhang and Joseph Altuzarra, as well as Lucas Ossendrijver of Lanvin Homme.

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Human Resources

Lanvin Employees Contest Alber Elbaz Ouster

The company’s works council is demanding an explanation, and the return of the star designer.

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Fashion Features

Overheated! Is Fashion Heading for a Burnout?

With its chaotic fashion weeks and accelerating product cycles, is the system spinning out of control and heading for a big burnout? WWD polled a wide swath of designers, executives, editors and others to weigh in.

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Designer and Luxury

Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli on the 'Personal Touch'

The creative directors of Valentino spoke at WWD's Retail CEO Summit about the importance of personal touch in design.

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Designer and Luxury

Tory Burch and Roger Farah: A Private Conversation

Fashion Features

Bridget Foley's Diary: The Goodbye Game

Legal

Jeremy Scott Responds to Rime's Copyright Suit Over Katy Perry Dress

Fashion Scoops

CFDA, Reed Krakoff Toast New Members

Intimates and Activewear

Kate Spade Unveils Sleepwear Collection

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