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H. Moser Sets Sapphires into Streamliner

H. Moser Sets Sapphires into Streamliner

H. Moser & Cie. sets a glamorous rainbow of sapphires around the bezel of two of its Streamliner Tourbillon models.
The H. Moser Streamliner Tourbillon Rainbow, here in red gold.
The already spectacular watch, which highlights an eye-catching one-minute flying tourbillon at the six-o’clock position, can now be purchased as the Streamliner Tourbillon Rainbow with its tourbillon framed by a sparkling selection of sixty baguette sapphires set in either a red gold or steel cushion-shaped case.
The H. Moser Streamliner Tourbillon Rainbow, here in steel.
The red gold edition is matched with the brand’s famed über-dark Vantablack dial while the steel version is set with an H. Moser signature fumé dial. Each watch is blessed with the same Streamliner integrated three-blade bracelet, a comfortable, brushed-finished beauty in either the steel or the red gold iteration. 
A luxurious detail here involves an extra-helping of the H. Moser gradient treatment. Not only do the sapphires gradually echo the colors of a rainbow as they circle the dial, their varying sizes nicely underscore the Streamliner’s retro-luxe cushion-shaped case.
Those familiar with the H. Moser one-minute flying tourbillon set in the watch’s HMC 804 caliber know that is equipped with a double hairspring designed and produced in-house by H. Moser & Cie.’s sister company Precision Engineering AG. As Moser explains, the matched hairsprings mean that the movement’s friction errors are minimized immediately, significantly improving accuracy and isochronism.
Prices: $119,900 (steel) and $175,000 (red gold).

Prada Sets Management Succession Plan

Prada Sets Management Succession Plan

MILAN — Prada has set in motion its succession plan, putting an end to growing speculation about the management and design handover at the Italian luxury company.
On Tuesday, at the end of trading in Hong Kong, where the Prada group has been publicly listed since 2011, the company said that former LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton senior adviser Andrea Guerra will be “recommended” as chief executive officer at the next board meeting on Jan. 26.

At the annual shareholders meeting for the approval of the 2022 financial statements, Patrizio Bertelli, who shares the CEO role with his wife Miuccia Prada, will be recommended as chairman and current chairman Paolo Zannoni will be suggested as executive deputy chairman of the board of directors of Prada SpA and, at the same time, chairman of Prada Holding SpA.

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Miuccia Prada is confirmed as creative director of Miu Miu and Prada, the latter together with Raf Simons, and board member.

In a statement, Miuccia Prada and Patrizio Bertelli said: “This is a fundamental step we have decided to undertake, while completely engaged in the company, to contribute more to the evolution of the Prada Group and to ease the succession of Lorenzo Bertelli, the future leader of the group. We thank Andrea Guerra for being willing to take the job, with the aim of achieving a steady and sustainable growth. Andrea Guerra, with his long professional experience, has shown entrepreneurial skills in businesses where the founders are present and engaged, blending their culture and the needs of a company continuously evolving and active on international markets”.

This confirms a WWD report last week. Guerra is understood to be tasked with flanking Lorenzo Bertelli ahead of his increased future responsibilities helming the company.

A possible retirement of Patrizio Bertelli, who is 76, has been in the news for a while, further fueled by the executive during Prada’s first Capital Markets Day in November 2021, as he pointed to a potential generational shift in three years.

Patrizio Bertelli’s choice is not a surprise as his son has increased his responsibilities and been a driver of change since joining the company in 2017. He was named group marketing director in 2019 and, additionally, head of corporate social responsibility in 2020. In May 2021, he joined as a director of the board. 

Guerra was conscripted in early 2020 as CEO of the newly created LVMH Hospitality Excellence division, but last May he became a strategic and development senior adviser to the group.

He is a former CEO of eyewear group Luxottica, which he left in September 2014 after 10 years working with the founder, the late Leonardo Del Vecchio. He was instrumental in the growth of the company, which became a world leader in its sector through innovation and acquisitions, including the purchase of U.S. sports eyewear firm Oakley in 2007.

After Luxottica, Guerra became a onetime strategic adviser to former Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and then joined Italian high-end food emporium Eataly as executive chairman in 2015.

At LVMH, he took over an entity that encompasses Hôtels Cheval Blanc and the Belmond Hotels & Luxury Trains and also became a member of the luxury conglomerate’s executive committee. Ultimately, his purview was widened to include oversight of the Fendi and Loro Piana businesses, as well as Thélios, the Italian eyewear firm that LVMH took full control of last year.

A graduate of the University of Rome, Guerra started his career in 1989 with hotel group Marriott International. He has also worked in a variety of executive roles at Merloni Elettrodomestici, an Italian maker of household appliances now known as Indesit Co.

The relationship between Patrizio Bertelli and Guerra is a longstanding one, as Luxottica started producing the Prada and Miu Miu eyewear collections in 2003. Also, Luxottica veteran executive Massimo Vian joined Prada as chief of industrial production two years ago.

Last month, Belgian designer Raf Simons, who has been co-creative director with Miuccia Prada of the company’s signature line since February 2020, said he was shuttering his namesake fashion collection after 27 years, leading to speculation about an increased commitment at Prada.

The spring 2023 show staged during Frieze London last month was the designer’s last collection for his own brand.

The Miuccia-Raf collaboration has helped boost the group’s bottom and top lines. As reported in March, Prada returned to profitability in 2021 after a strong second half, driven by increased sales of handbags, footwear and ready-to-wear, which saw a 53 percent jump in revenues compared with 2020 and a 16 percent increase on 2019.

In the first half of fiscal 2022, the group smashed projections.

Retail sales, which account for 90 percent of group revenue, rose 26 percent to 1.7 billion euros, while overall revenue for the period was up 22 percent to 1.9 billion euros.

The gains came from double-digit increases at all the group’s brands, and all the main product categories and geographic regions.

Net income nearly doubled to 188 million euros.

Commenting the first half figures, Patrizio Bertelli said in July the double-digit rise in ready-to-wear sales was a result of the Prada brand “going back to its roots.”

To be sure, for fall, the codesigners put a fresh spin on the brand’s DNA for the streetwear-loving set.

They worked with classic crewneck and geo-pattern knits; finely tuned tailoring; ladylike full skirts; sheer innerwear, and lots of jeweled embellishment.

It was heritage Prada rebooted for a socially savvy generation. In the first half, Prada brand sales were up 28 percent; Miu Miu, 14 percent, and Church’s, 29 percent.

Hublot and the Almajed Group Open in Doha

Hublot and the Almajed Group Open in Doha

Hublot and partner Al Majed Group announced the opening of the new Hublot Doha Vendôme Mall Boutique in Doha’s most prestigious shopping center, Place Vendôme. The new Hublot flagship boutique spans more than 200 square meters and is now ready to welcome clients in a warm ambience infused with the maison’s identity and its cherished “Art of Fusion” concept.
Hublot Doha Place Vendôme Mall Boutique
Designed with contemporary furnishings and pop-art paintings, the space has been crafted to reflect Hublot’s mastery in fusing the traditional and the modern. With this most recent and sophisticated flagship, the brand cements its commitment to become closer to the Qatari Hublotistas and maintain a high standard of service and unique creativity, offering a wide selection of watches from the Big Bang to the Classic Fusion, as well as limited edition models.
Besides celebrating this milestone, Hublot takes pride in being the Official Timekeeper of the first-ever FIFA World Cup to be held in the Middle East and precisely in Qatar. As the Swiss watchmaker continues to embark on the “Hublot Loves Football” initiative, in the coming period, the Swiss watchmaker will be gearing up to welcome residents and tourists alike in its Doha boutiques.
Source: Hublot 

Luxury Resale Start-ups Gem, Switch, Expand Categories

Luxury Resale Start-ups Gem, Switch, Expand Categories

Vintage search engine app Gem is unveiling a new look Monday.
Gem works like any other search engine, allowing shoppers to find nearby vintage and thrift stores by entering any number of keywords. The tool — navigable as a website via and apps for both iPhone and Android — indexes about 50 million listings (from physical and online storefronts). Its emphasis is on helping existing secondhand marketplaces and store owners increase traffic and sales, while securing repeat business.

The overhauled version includes category browsing so users can hunt items by category, including women’s, men’s, brand name or decade, instead of just a keyword.

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“We think that every existing garment should be re-worn, appreciated and taken care of as long as possible,” said Liisa Jokinen, the app’s cofounder. “Our long-term goal is to make secondhand the first choice for more people. To achieve this goal, secondhand shopping needs to be more accessible, compelling and easier than before, and we hope that Gem in general, and the new category browsing feature in this update, will help with this.”

Gem, as well as start-ups like Beni, seek to make a shopper’s search for secondhand simple. In the case of Gem, revenue is generated from affiliate shopping sales, though no recent figures were provided.

On the side of luxury accessory rental, players like Vivrelle and Switch have reinvigorated the accessory rental model, much the same way Gem has reinvented vintage search. Also on Monday, luxury jewelry rental purveyor Switch debuted its newest membership tier, “Switch Select” which marks a newfound brand expansion into luxury handbags.

Switch counts recent investors like Human Capital and Watertower Ventures.

Switch’s bags carry an average value of $4,000 and its newest rental tier lets members rent and exchange items as often as they want for $195 per month. The membership also consists of high-end jewelry, including names like Chanel, Hermès, Van Cleef & Arpels and Christian Dior. The company said thousands of people have signed up since a waitlist became available in June.

Kate Middleton, the Princess of Green Luxury in Boston

Kate Middleton, the Princess of Green Luxury in Boston

LONDON — The Prince and Princess of Wales came, saw and spread their message of sustainability, throughout Boston.
The British royal couple’s three-day trip to the city started on Wednesday, an on Friday Prince William presented the Earthshot Prize for sustainability at the MGM Music Hall at Fenway.

The lead-up to the Earthshot Prize was a test of Kate Middleton and William’s patience and future regality. 

The prince’s godmother and Queen Elizabeth II’s longest-serving lady-in-waiting, Lady Susan Hussey, resigned on Wednesday after a racist confrontation with Ngozi Fulani, founder of the charity Sistah Space, a domestic abuse organization that caters to women and girls of African and Caribbean heritage.

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On Thursday, Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex released a trailer for their six-episode documentary series “Harry & Meghan” that will be coming to Netflix in December.

However, the Waleses stuck to royal protocol — never complaining, never explaining.

Kate Middleton arriving in Boston wearing Alexander McQueen.

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Kate arrived at Boston’s Logan Airport on a commercial flight wearing a tailored Alexander McQueen suit in a deep navy in an identical style to one she wore in September when meeting sailors from HMS Glasgow. 

The princess nodded to her later mother-in-law Princess Diana with her sapphire and diamond earrings that she wore in 1985 to dance with John Travolta at the White House. The earrings resemble Kate’s engagement ring and were debuted in June at the Trooping the Colour ceremony.

Kate Middleton wearing Burberry in Boston.

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On Wednesday afternoon, Kate went for English labels. She changed into a custom Burberry dress in green tartan that paid respect to St. Andrew’s Day. She carried a new Mulberry handbag, the Amberley satchel, and wore chunky gold earrings by Shyla London.

Kate and William attended a Boston Celtics versus Miami Heat game that same evening, where the princess re-wore vintage cobalt blue tweed Chanel jacket with black trimmings and buttons from 1995, which was modeled by Claudia Schiffer on the runway at the time. The jacket retails for more than 6,000 pounds on Farfetch. She accessorized with another new pair of earrings by Shyla London and a chunky Laura Lombardi chain necklace.

Kate Middleton wearing Chanel in Boston.

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The double-breasted blazer resembles Princess Diana’s blue double-breasted Chanel jacket that she wore on a visit to Peterborough, England, in 1991 and re-wore in 1992 to the Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children.

The blue-hued jacket was also referenced in Pablo Larraín’s critically acclaimed film “Spencer,” which the French luxury house provided the costumes for.

On Thursday, the princess opted for a plum Roland Mouret two-piece suit, and Prince William coordinated his jumper for a visit to both Greentown Labs, a sustainability company, and Roca, a nonprofit for at-risk youth.

Kate Middleton wearing a Roland Mouret suit and carrying a Chanel handbag in Boston.

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Kate carried her Chanel Nouvelle Flap Bag, which she first wore in Paris in 2017.

The couple met with Boston Mayor Michelle Wu, the first woman and the first person of color to be elected to that city’s post, to hear about how the city is combating rising sea levels.

Kate Middleton wearing Alexander McQueen and Gabriela Hearst in Boston.

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Kate wore a double-breasted Alexander McQueen coat that retails for around 4,000 pounds with a two piece knit turtleneck and skirt from eco designer Gabriela Hearst.

On the last day of Kate and William’s trip, the princess visited Harvard University’s Center on the Developing Child wearing a custom Emilia Wickstead dress with a Mulberry Harlow Satchel bag and earrings from London designer Lenique Louis, who is a Prince’s Trust ambassador.

Kate Middleton wearing Emilia Wickstead in Boston.

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Kate and William’s “wow” moment came at the end of their trip at the Earthshot Prize ceremony, where the princess wore an off-the-shoulder acid green dress by Solace London from the rental platform Hurr. The rental price for the dress starts at 74 pounds a day, and it retails for 350 pounds.

Kate Middleton wearing Solace London in Boston.


This is the first time that the princess has worn a rented item. She wore Queen Mary’s Emerald Choker with her long bodycon dress. The choker was passed to Queen Elizabeth II in 1953, who then handed it to Princess Diana as a lifetime loan.

Diana famously wore the choker as a headband in 1985.

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Diana famously wore the choker as a headband in 1985 on a trip to Melbourne, Australia, with a David and Elizabeth Emanuel gown.

Kate wore a pair of emerald and diamond halo earrings mounted in platinum from Asprey London that retail for 10,500 pounds.

Prince William wore a velvet navy blazer with a bow tie and an Omega watch with a green watchface.

The couple’s choices may have been too on the nose with all obvious signs pointing to the color green, sustainability and the Earthshot Prize, but that’s precisely the message Kate and William are riding these days — consistency, in marriage and work.

Ulysse Nardin Launches Shark Hero Sweepstakes

Ulysse Nardin Launches Shark Hero Sweepstakes

Ulysse Nardin will give away one of its Diver Lemon Shark watches to a lucky collector who enters its new Shark Hero sweepstakes. Teaming with the marine science organization OCEARCH, the watchmaker aims to raise funds for research that will allow scientists to better understand the movement and habits of sharks in order to help maintain their ecosystem.
The Ulysse Nardin Lemon Shark Diver.
With a goal of raising $100,000 for OCEARCH, Ulysse Nardin will enter each collector who submits a $100 donation into the Shark Hero Sweepstakes to win a Ulysse Nardin Lemon Shark Watch. With each additional $100 donation, the donor will earn another entry into the Sweepstakes. 
The Diver Lemon Shark is a shark-themed version of the Ulysse Nardin Diver 42mm. Ulysse Nardin launched it last year in honor of World’s Ocean Day and to celebrate Ulysse Nardin’s partners, shark experts, divers, universities, and non-profits. The watch features a black dial with a yellow lemon shark ‘signature’, a stamp of three lemon sharks on the back and a black strap made from recycled fishing nets.
In addition to the watch, winners will also win a one-of-a-kind plaque that was featured on the OCEARCH shark lift and signed by the OCEARCH crew and an exclusive shark buoy used on OCEARCH’s past expeditions.
To donate to OCEARCH and secure an entry into the Sweepstakes, click here. 

Adrian Chang Opens ‘The Love of Couture’ Exhibition With Star-studded K11 Night Gala

Adrian Chang Opens ‘The Love of Couture’ Exhibition With Star-studded K11 Night Gala

SHANGHAI — K11 Night, dubbed “Asia’s Met Gala,” returned for its second edition at Hong Kong‘s “culture-retail” landmark K11 Musea last Saturday.
Hundreds of guests attended the gala, celebrating the opening of “The Love of Couture: Artisanship in Fashion Beyond Time,” the Hong Kong entrepreneur Adrian Cheng‘s sophomore couture exhibition.

Abiding by this year’s dress code “Couture With Love,” fashion A-listers, celebrities, socialites, art collectors, architects and designers put forth their best spin on this year’s theme.

As this year’s first fashion-related event on a major scale, the gala marks the glamourous return of the glitzy financial hub after the local government canceled stringent quarantine policies three weeks ago

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Hong Kong celebrities including Carina Lau, Sammi Cheng and Gigi Lai; martial arts master Donnie Yen; actor and director Stephen Fung; influencers Yoyo Cao, Irene Kim, and virtual influencer Imma all made grand entrances on the gold carpet..

Carina Lau in Giambattista Valli.

Yoyo Cao in Gucci.

Guests were not shy to flaunt their love for dramatic capes, feathery details, voluminous gowns, heart-shaped handbags and glittery eye makeup, which became the overarching trend at the scene.

“I like the futuristic feel of the shoes. I guess it’s only for aliens, not for humans,” Cheng said as she emerged onto the gold carpet in full-on “Alien” style in Windowsen’s nine-inch high platforms, which she paired with a Valentino jumpsuit.

Sammi Cheng in Valentino.

Stylist and creative consultant Declan Chan showed up as a “flower boy” in a bespoke floral Celine Kwan suit and carried a bedazzled Prada handbag. “We’ve been working on this look for three weeks. I think I understood the assignment,” Chan said.

“It’s been a while since we’ve had a black tie situation, so I’m happy this still fits,” said Hong Kong actor Alex Lam, in a black and white Ralph Lauren suit. “In the past few years, everyone’s been dressing a bit more casual, but now you get to see everyone shine.”

Inside the K11 Art & Cultural Center on the sixth floor of K11 Musea, guests could see a preview of this year’s exhibition, which is set to open to the public on Thursday and run until Jan. 29.

“Fashion, throughout history, is reflective of how traditions, craftsmanship, creativity and societies continue to evolve,” said Adrian Cheng. The chair of K11 night was dressed in a cream Dior men’s suit.

Adrian Cheng

“I am thrilled to present this exhibition in collaboration with the V&A and work with our brilliant designers, who have all in their own individual way reinvented and modernized history with their unique perspective and talent. This collaboration truly reflects my mission to create a deeper cultural exchange between east and west by providing a platform for next generation’s talent,” Cheng added.

The exhibition featured 12 couture pieces from Victoria & Albert Museum‘s collection, ranging from the Victorian and Edwardian eras to the ‘60s.

Six emerging fashion designers, including Japan’s Tomo Koizumi and Ryunosuke Okazaki; South Korea’s Sohee Park; mainland China’s Yueqi Qi and Windowsen, and Hong Kong’s Celine Kwan were tasked with dreaming up a total of 20 original designs that “stir nostalgia while exuding a distinctively East Asian sensibility.”

William Chang Suk Ping, known for his work as costume designer for Wong Kar-wai’s movies “In the Mood for Love” and “The Grandmaster,” served as the exhibition’s artistic director. Chang produced a cinematic space with props and furnishing created from scratch.

William Chang Suk Ping

“This exhibition is driven by imagination, creativity and passion. Seeing how these designers have reimagined centuries-old craft and techniques has been truly inspiring and provided me with a wonderful canvas from which to create and design,” Chang said.

Save 20% Off Charlotte Tilbury Makeup and Skin Care Products During Sephora’s Beauty Insider Sale Today

Save 20% Off Charlotte Tilbury Makeup and Skin Care Products During Sephora’s Beauty Insider Sale Today

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Breaking beauty news alert: Beauty Insiders can score 20% off the newest Charlotte Tilbury products at Sephora with code GETGIFTING. (If you’re not a Beauty Insider, it’s free to sign up.) The surprise Sephora sale includes markdowns on nearly all skin care, hair care, and makeup products through Sunday, December 11. But we’ll be taking advantage of the discounts on Charlotte Tilbury’s just-launched lipsticks, firming face creams, and beauty gift set specials before they sell out — and trust us, they will.

During Black Friday, Cyber Week, and beyond, Sephora is the spot for the best beauty gifts. The retailer has items that’ll make any mom, girlfriend, or BFF smile. Sephora has select sales throughout the year, and Beauty Insiders get top discounts: You’ll get access to their annual Beauty Insider Sale every spring, summer, and fall, plus year-round perks like free shipping on must-haves like hair dryer brushes, hydrating serums, setting powders, and so much more.

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Charlotte Tilbury is one of the most coveted beauty brands available at Sephora, with more viral moments than we can count on both hands. Whether you’re after an eyeshadow and lipstick set, a last-all-day foundation, or a cloud-like face cream, Charlotte Tilbury has it all. The brand rarely goes on sale, so take full advantage of discounts right now: You can stock up on stocking stuffers, find full-fledged gifts, and nab makeup bag essentials for yourself (everyone needs Pillow Talk lipstick in their rotation this holiday season). Below, the best Charlotte Tilbury finds to shop before the Beauty Insider sale ends — just don’t forget to use code GETGIFTING at checkout.

The 20 Best Women’s Winter Coats and Jackets to Snuggle Into This Cold Weather Season

The 20 Best Women’s Winter Coats and Jackets to Snuggle Into This Cold Weather Season

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Winter coats and jackets for women are those seasonal necessities you can’t live without. Like timeless leather pants, cozy pajamas, or a warm sweater dress, the best outerwear provides warmth, and versatility and, nowadays, can be downright fashion-forward. Offering a stylish finishing touch to any cold-weather ensemble, the best winter coats are truly your most important buy of the season. However, let’s not forget the real reason for wearing a coat. 

Kate Bellman, the Managing Fashion Editor at Nordstrom, tells WWD Shop, “Coats and jackets are probably the single most important purchase for the winter months because they are that essential item that adds both function and fashion to your wardrobe.” She continues, “It’s important that we stay warm (and dry!) throughout the winter season, so finding the right one based on your environment is important.” Based on where you are living or perhaps a trip you might be taking, your search for winter outerwear may look a bit different from another. 

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Tim Hamilton, VP/Head of Global Creative at The North Face, agrees, telling us, “Jackets provide both outer layer protection against the elements, as well as an immediate expression of style. The best jackets offer style, warmth, performance, and versatility in wear.” The elements can really dictate the kind of coat you might be searching for, depending on your needs. 

“A women’s coat is also a forever piece, so it makes sense that it’s such a considered purchase and worth spending the time to find the right one,” Bellman states. “Even though we want to look chic and stylish in our coats, they also need to be useful as we move throughout our lives commuting or participating in winter activities. Two essential details for me are always a hood and functional pockets. I rarely consider a coat without both or either.” This return to a function-first mindset is being seen across the board. 

“We’re seeing a return to classic, trusted design elements from outdoor performance outerwear,” Hamilton says. “Consumers want technical performance capabilities that feed into the style component.” Overall, consumers are looking for products that offer fashion and function all at the same time. Because of this, many brands have started investing in this demand and focusing their outerwear efforts on the best technology, fabrics, and resources to create the best products. 

Functionality is, at the core, the one common component that must be considered in your hunt for the best women’s winter coat or jacket. Still, when it comes to the look and style of things, Bellman tells us, “a big trend in outerwear this season reflects that of fashion in general, which is a bright, bold color. Most of us already have a neutral coat, but this season, electrifying color adds a great refresh across all outerwear styles.” Investing in something with color will breathe new life into your coat closet and break up the doldrums, bringing a refreshing twist to this year’s investment.  

Below, keep scrolling to find the best winter coats and jackets for women to buy now, along with expert tips for what to look for in a warm winter coat and the different types on the market that you can choose from.

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Top Winter Coats and Jackets for Women 2022

Apparis Catalina Faux Leather & Shearling Bomber Jacket
Best Faux Shearling Winter Jacket for Women

Sizes: XS-XXL 
Colorways: Black and white 
Fabric: 100% polyethylene with 100% polyester faux shearling     

Apparis is known for its fashionable faux fur designs, and this leather bomber style, complete with faux shearling trim on the collar, pocket, and cuff, makes for a stylish jacket that will look cool while protecting you from the elements. It has an oversized fit with plenty of room for layers, from your favorite fitted turtleneck to a chunky cashmere crew. Wear with your favorite jeans for a sleek, city-chic look that will go from day to night effortlessly. 

Apparis Catalina Faux Leather & Shearling Bomber Jacket $500 Buy Now

The North Face Women’s Summit Series Pumori Down Parka
Best High-Performance Puffer Winter Jacket for Women 

Sizes: XS-XL 
Colorways: Red   
Fabric: 100% recycled nylon with non-PFC durable water-repellent (non-PFC DWR) finish   
Special features: 800 fill ProDown with water repellency; certified to the Responsible Down Standard (RDS) by Control Union

“Another current favorite for those extra cold temperatures is our Summit Series Pumori Down Parka,” Hamilton says. “This product’s Cloud Down construction helps increase overall warmth but offers light carry and packability.” Featuring an 800-fill pro-down, this lightweight puffer will keep you extremely warm and dry. It’s also small enough to be packed in a suitcase and has a helmet-compatible hood and adjustable internal cinch cord to ensure the right fit.

The North Face Women’s Summit Series Pumori Down Parka $650 Buy Now

Orolay Women’s Thickened Down Jacket   
Best Mid-Length Winter Coat for Women

Sizes: XXS-5X  
Colorways: 13 colorways, including beige, black, gray, green, navy, red, yellow, khaki camo and green camo   
Fabric: 100% polyester; Body/Sleeve Filler: 90% duck down, 10% duck feather     
Special features: Polyester with a density 60% higher than usual in the market. It has excellent windproof and warm-keeping quality  

Amazon’s viral Orolay coat doesn’t show signs of losing its caché anytime soon. Still one of the favorite outerwear purchases on the site, the Thickened Down Jacket has a warm, fleece-lined hood, special side zippers, and lots of pockets to create this cute and casual coat that will keep you warm when outside facing the elements. Hitting below the hip, it offers coverage and practicality, offering excellent windproof and warm-keeping qualities. Available in a variety of colorways, there is something for everyone.

What reviewers say: “I have had this jacket for one year now, and I love it! It still looks like new, and I have used it to death. It fits great, and by great, I mean the sleeves, cuffs, and bottom of the jacket fit perfectly, but the body of the jacket allows for layers underneath. The hood is amazing, soft, and super warm. The jacket also has a ton of pockets. You do not need a purse when wearing this jacket.” 

Orolay Women’s Thickened Down Jacket    $149.99 Buy Now

Mackage Women’s Mai Coat  
Best Wool Winter Coat for Women

Sizes: XXS-XL  
Colorways: Camel  
Fabric: 100% wool     

Mackage has been perfecting luxury outerwear since 1999, and their classic Mai coat does not miss the mark. Made from 100% wool, the double-faced, oversized silhouette drapes perfectly on every body shop. Designed with an oversized shawl collar and easy belted tie-waist, the coat is practical, versatile, and fashion-forward. The smart design goes well with everything from knit dresses and heeled boots to jeans and chunky boots for a more casual approach. 

Mackage Women’s Mai Coat   $950 Buy Now

Moose Knuckles Women’s Belle Cote Down Parka 
Best Long Puffer Winter Coat for Women  

Sizes: XS-XL 
Colorways: Black 
Fabric: 100% nylon shell and 90% down/10% feather fill     
Special features: Removable hood and drawcord-toggle waist 

If you’re looking for something that will flatter your figure but keep you toasty, this calf-hitting puffer coat is the one. The drawcord-toggle waist will nip in at the waistline, so you don’t feel like you’re wearing a full-on sleeping bag. The medium weight will ensure you don’t overheat through whatever elements are in store. Extra add-ons include a versatile two-way zipper, a removable hood, and a puffed collar for added warmth. Wear yours for everyday warmth with everything from sweats to floral dresses.

Moose Knuckles Women’s Belle Cote Down Parka  $1090 Buy Now

Stand Studio Maria Coat 
Best Fashionable Winter Coat for Women

Sizes: 32-44FR  
Colorways: Mint/Off White Check 
Fabric: 80% polyester/20% wool shell and 100% polyester fill   

Stand Studio is a Copenhagen-based brand specializing in outerwear, all with a unique, Scandinavian touch. The plush Maria coat is made from heavyweight, non-stretch faux fur and fits oversized for a cool-girl spin on the sherpa trend. Made with a mint green and cream grid print pattern, this cozy option will be great for days when you want to make a statement. From casual to dressy, wear yours for a stylish alternative to your classic menswear coat.

Stand Studio Maria Coat  $695 Buy Now

Canada Goose Everleigh Bomber Performance Satin Jacket  
Best Bomber Winter Jacket for Women

Sizes: 2XS-3XL  
Colorways: Willow grey, black, white, quicksand, and stillwater blue 
Fabric: Made from performance satin and 625 fill power 
Special features: Water-repellent and responsibly sourced duck down used in fill 

When you are looking for something sporty and simple, Canada Goose’s Everleigh bomber jacket melds both elements for a stylish, casual option. The classic coat hits at hip length and is offered in their ultra-soft Performance Satin, a midweight, water-repellent fabric designed with performance and durability in mind. The weight of this jacket is best for temperatures ranging from 14°F to -4°F and is also entirely fur-free.

What reviewers say: “Love Love it!!!! Love the large hood for blustery days. It’s so warm!!!! Had lots of compliments.”

Canada Goose Everleigh Bomber Performance Satin Jacket   $1150 Buy Now

Musier Paris Myriam Velvet Trench Coat  
Best Winter Trench Coat for Women

Sizes: 34-42FR  
Colorways: Brown 
Fabric: 89% polyester, 9% nylon, 2% elastane    

When temps are above freezing, a classic trench in a corduroy material is ideal for commuting to the office or out-of-office meetings when a little polish is needed. Musier Paris’ velvet trench blends your favorite coat shape with an iconic cold weather-appropriate fabric for a totally ‘70s feeling in the best ways. This coat has an oversized shape, belted waist, and classic trench silhouette and is easy to layer and style with anything in your closet. Wear yours with winter whites for an afternoon coffee date or a winter floral dress for a slightly more elevated look.

Patagonia Women’s Recycled High-Pile Fleece Down Jacket

Best Fleece Winter Jacket for Women

Sizes: XS-XL 
Colorways: Oyster White and Bearfoot tan  
Fabric: 100% recycled polyester ½”-pile fleece, insulated with 700-fill-power Recycled Down     
Special features: Lined with 100% recycled polyester ripstop to block cold and wind and Fair Trade Certified™ sewn  

If you are looking for something that will be eco-conscious yet still keep you extremely warm, Patagonia’s Recycled High-Pile Fleece Down Jacket is your best bet. Made from ultra-warm recycled polyester and insulated with recycled down, this is a style you can feel good about investing in from head to toe. The asymmetrical front shawl collar design and raglan sleeves keep things modern and fresh. The boxy fit hits hip length and is great for a day of errands or a casual adventure. 

What reviewers say: “This fleece is extremely cozy and has a great fit all around. Perfect for super cold days with lots of layers.”

Patagonia Women’s Recycled High-Pile Fleece Down Jacket $299 Buy Now

Perfect Moment Women’s 2 Layer Sub-Peak Jacket 
Best Ski Jacket for Women

Sizes: XS-L   
Colorways: Navy and black  
Fabric: 90% polyester, 10% polyurethane    
Special features: RECCO System Reflector, which makes you searchable to the rescuers should rescue be needed  

Perfect Moment is known for their high-quality skiwear, ensuring a design that works in snowy, rainy, and dry conditions. This jacket offers two-layer insulation, four-way stretch, and 3D mesh shoulder protection, all for a highly technical approach to dressing for the elements. Other features include an internal balaclava, cuffs, a goggle pocket, and an adjustable hood for extra warmth and protection. This jacket needn’t be reserved for only the ski lift either. Its many high-tech functions will prove high-powered on the street as well.

Perfect Moment Women’s 2 Layer Sub-Peak Jacket  $1250 Buy Now

Topshop Faux Leather Trench Coat
Best Faux Leather Trench Coat for Women

Sizes: 4-12 
Colorways: Black 
Fabric: 100% polyurethane     
Special features: Machine washable 

Upgrade your favorite spring coat shape to a winterized version by choosing a faux-leather version, like this Topshop style. The faux leather structure will ward off the winter wind factors, all while keeping you on-trend. This trench has a chocolate brown hue and can be dressed up or down depending on the occasion. Pair yours with a holiday dress for your next cocktail party or jeans and a sweater for a day of shopping.

What reviewers say: “Loved the feel, but my usual size (6-8) was huge!”

Topshop Faux Leather Trench Coat 167  $133.6 Buy Now

Baum Und Pferdgarten Dua Oversize Puffer Jacket 
Best Belted Winter Jacket for Women

Sizes: XS-L  
Colorways: Red  
Fabric: 100% recycled nylon with 100% polyester fill 
Special features: Made from recycled materials 

High-volume color is a must for this season, and Baum Und Pferdgarten’s oversized puffer jacket in bold red checks off all the boxes in terms of function and design. Made from shiny, vibrant recycled nylon, the puffed coat features a flattering waist belt and deep front pockets to hold your phone, credit card, keys, and more. The sporty style can be dressed up with heels and a festive skirt for your next holiday gathering or simply worn for an apres ski lunch on your next winter getaway.

Baum Und Pferdgarten Dua Oversize Puffer Jacket  $439  $263.40 Buy Now
Isabel Marant Étoile Gabriel Coat
Best Plaid Winter Coat for Women

Sizes: 32-44FR 
Colorways: Ecru and anthracite 
Fabric: 63% wool/33% polyester/4% other fibers     

A tailored wool coat is a mainstay in every closet. Try Isabel Marant Étoile’s blanket coat, cut from a seasonal plaid printed fabric, to make yours that much more standout. It’s an ideal topper when you want to look a little more pulled together without carrying too much bulk. The knee-length coat has an easy button front, side slits, and relaxed collar and shoulder design for that effortless take on French dressing. Throw a coordinating scarf and your favorite beanie atop for a no-frills winter look.

Isabel Marant Étoile Gabriel Coat  $695 Buy Now
Aritzia The Super Puff₂O Long Coat 
Best Women’s Winter Coat for Extreme Cold

Sizes: 3XS-XL  
Colorways: 11 colorways including forest pine green, modern taupe, marble grey, dark moss green, seagrass green, rich mocha brown, truffle, elegant charcoal, gunmetal green, black and total eclipse  
Fabric: 100% polyamide; Back coating: polyurethane; Lining: 100% polyamide; Cuffs: 81% nylon, 19% elastane; Fill: 90% goose down, 10% goose feathers    
Special features: 100% responsibly sourced goose down, certified to the Responsible Down Standard, and 100% waterproof fabric 

By now, you most likely have heard about Aritzia’s Super Puff outerwear collection. This season, they have upgraded their iconic goose-down puffers to be entirely waterproof. This long winter coat for women has all the bells and whistles you need to get through the coldest months ahead. It has high-tech features, including water and windproof fabric and side slit snap closures. It delivers warmth up to -40°F, making it the warmest winter coat for women. So, jump on this highly coveted style before it sells out.

Aritzia The Super Puff₂O Long Coat  $450 Buy Now
Ganni Quilted Ripstop Coat 
Best Quilted Winter Coat for Women 

Sizes: 4-14   
Colorways: Teak  
Fabric: 100% recycled polyester    
Special features: Made from recycled materials   

“A quilted jacket is a timeless style that is the workhorse of my wardrobe,” Bellman tells WWD Shop. “It’s as seamless to wear on the weekends casually or transition to more dressed-up occasions. There are a lot of modern silhouettes in stores this season, so there truly is a version for everyone.” Bellman’s current pick? This boxy coat from Scandinavian It-brand Ganni. This is an outerwear option you will reach for time and again, featuring plenty of fashion-forward details like the oversized, inverted pleat swallowtail collar and notched side hem. 

Ganni Quilted Ripstop Coat  $475 Buy Now
Christopher Kane Double Breasted Coat  
Best Menswear-Inspired Winter Coat for Women

Sizes: 2-12 
Colorways: Grey 
Fabric: Outer: 90% virgin wool, 8% cashmere, 2% elastane; Inner: 100% viscose 
Special features: Gold-tone metal chain embellishment at back  

Invest in this Christopher Kane double-breasted wool menswear style as an option to wear through the years with style and substance. The traditional cut receives a modern-day treatment with a delicate chain belt that trims the waist, making for a unique touch that still feels refined. Deep front pockets keep your hands warm when needed, while the below-knee-length hemline keeps you covered on inclement-weather days. Wear yours for work or play, you will find it to be that versatile.

Christopher Kane Double Breasted Coat   $2245 Buy Now
Lululemon Pack It Down Jacket
Best Lightweight Winter Coat for Women

Sizes: 0-14  
Colorways: Green jasper, pomegranate, cassis and black 
Fabric: 85% nylon, 15% elastane body and 85% grey goose down/ 15% grey goose feathers fill 
Special features: Water-resistant, Diamond Stretch™ fabric and 100% of down is certified to the Responsible Down Standard (RDS)

Winter brings on a lot of layering, and Lululemon’s Pack It Down Jacket makes for the ideal in-between piece that can be worn as a standalone jacket or layered up with your other favorite coats for optimum warmth. Made from their signature, water-resistant Diamond Stretch fabric, you won’t need to worry about rain, snow, and more when wearing this slim-fit style. It sits just below the bum, offering coverage for those who might feel more comfortable. Hidden phone sleeves, a removable hood, and an included stuff sack add to the wide range of diverse extras, making for a well-rounded option. 

What reviewers say: “I love this jacket! It doesn’t get super cold here (Northern CA), so the jacket is perfect. Fits great, has a little stretch, and sits at just the right length. I washed it, and it looked good as new after a gentle cycle and low dryer.”

Lululemon Pack It Down Jacket  $198 Buy Now
Columbia Women’s Whirlibird IV Interchange Jacket
Best Shell Winter Jacket for Women

Sizes: XS-XXL   
Colorways: 9 colorways including marionberry crossdye, nocturnal look-up print, chalk aurelian print, white terrain print, white lookup print, cirrus grey crossdye, dark nocturnal, black crossdye and nocturnal aurelian print    
Fabric: Legacy Dobby 72% nylon, 28% polyester shell  
Special features: Omni-Heat™ reflective lining and Thermarator™ 100% polyester insulation 

True to Columbia’s versatile designs, the Whirlibird IV Interchange jacket features removable layers that can be added or removed depending on your needs. The Omni-Tech waterproof capabilities ensure that you will remain dry no matter the condition, and the Thermarator Insulation ensures extreme warmth. It’s a great option for days on the slopes or other outdoor winter activities and will make you feel fully protected and comfortable. 

What reviewers say: “I love this jacket! It fits great and is comfortable. I really like the inside synthetic jacket as well! Great ski jacket option and converts if it’s warmer outside. I recommend it!”.

Columbia Women’s Whirlibird IV Interchange Jacket $230 Buy Now

The North Face Women’s 1996 Retro Nuptse Jacket 
Best Plus Size Winter Coat for Women

Sizes: 1X-3X   
Colorways: Black, harbor blue, dark oak, and wasabi   
Fabric: 100% recycled nylon ripstop with non-PFC durable water-repellent (non-PFC DWR) finish and 700 goose down fill 
Special features: Certified by the Responsible Down Standard (RDS) and made with recycled materials 

“I, of course, have to recommend The North Face Nuptse,” Hamilton says. “An icon in its own right. The Nuptse was the first of its kind to prioritize performance that could stand up in the mountains, but with timeless iconic style fit for city streets.” Available in both regular and plus sizes for women, this jacket receives The North Face’s highest warmth rating with 700-fill down, a waterproof finish, and a removable hood. A classic with good reason, the oversized fit is inspired by the brand’s iconic streetwear design from the ‘90s. 

What reviewers say: “Unbelievably warm, able to pack it in my big pocketbook as I’m shopping or driving, for storage!”

The North Face Women’s 1996 Retro Nuptse Jacket  $320 Buy Now

Nobis Gibson Ladies Reversible Oversized Puffer  
Best Printed Winter Coat for Women

Sizes: XXS-XXL 
Colorways: White floral and plain chalk/atomic, fawn, black, marine and chalk  
Fabric: Premium 3-Ply Micro Denier to Premium Lightweight Nobis DP Nylon fabrication     
Special features: Contains lower impact materials with sustainability attributes, including bluesign® approved and Standard 100 by OEKO-TEXT certified materials 

Windproof, waterproof, and seam-sealed, Nobis’ Gibson for women is a high-functioning coat made to withstand the elements. Offered with a lifetime warranty, this cute winter coat for women is a purchase you can feel good about investing in. Featuring a Sympatex membrane to seal out any water and Durable Water Repellent to repel moisture, you’ll be sure to stay dry. Another great design function is the reversible element, so when you tire of the soft white floral print, you can turn it into a black winter coat for women.

Nobis Gibson Ladies Reversible Oversized Puffer   $1095 Buy Now

What to Look for in a Winter Coat for Women

Insulation Type: “When shopping for the right down parka or puffer jacket, it’s important to understand what level of fill-down you need,” Bellman explains. “The higher the number, the warmer the jacket.” Hamilton adds, “I’d also look for jackets created with responsibly sourced or recycled down.”  

Coverage: “Seek fit and function, and for me, the right ‘fit’ means a comfortable fit with room to layer,” Hamilton says. “You should also factor in decisions about purchasing cropped or waist length based on your warmth needs. For example, you’ll need ¾ or longer for full body warmth.” Bellman adds, “When it comes to long coats, I also look for dual options of both snaps and a zipper in case I don’t want to close the full length.”    

Quality: “Quality is key when it comes to jackets, so you’ll want to look for a timeless design from a trusted brand that knows how to make great outerwear,” Hamilton points out. “The best outerwear brands should also be able to produce the same high-quality jackets more sustainably, so if there is an option, I would also recommend looking for sustainably-sourced jackets when possible.”  

Style: “If I had to boil it down to the most essential coats to have in your wardrobe, they are a cold-weather down parka, a casual quilted jacket, and a midi to long-length wool coat,” Bellman says. “With winter weather becoming more unpredictable, it is key to have options,” Hamilton adds. “I recommend a capsule of high quality, top performance jackets ranging from a light shell for the rain to varied insulated weights for colder temperatures.” Additionally, once you have secured your go-to winter coat, experiment with different hues such as green, navy, and white winter coats for women.

The Different Types of Winter Jackets and Coats for Women

Puffer Jackets for Women: From mild to moderate, puffer coats and jackets are essential to every climate.  From styles that are lightweight and packable, lending themselves to be great for travel or when extra layers are needed, to full force parkas with high down count and cushiony layers, there are a variety of types to find the perfect one for you. 

Women’s Leather Jackets: Leather is a quintessential cold-weather material that is generally worn when temperatures are not subzero. It can make for a great going-out jacket or coat or can be layered with a liner for more warmth on chillier days. Bellman suggests a leather trench coat, telling us, “Leather is also a chic update to the classic trench silhouette.”  

Sherpa/Faux Fur Coats for Women: Faux fur and sherpas have been on consumers’ minds for the last few seasons due to their cozy and fuzzy nature and have become a must-have in every closet. From teddy jackets to longer, full-length styles, this is always a classic choice.  

Women’s Shell Jackets: Whether rain, shine, ski, or beyond, shell jackets will protect you from the elements without being too bulky. Its versatility makes it a great piece for the in-between months, often being waterproof. Look for fleece and down linings if you need something with a bit more heat. 

Tailored Wool Coats for Women: “The wool coat is a classic investment piece that is the singular elevated essential of your wardrobe,” Bellman proclaims. “This style makes a great wear-to-work coat, as well as for winter holidays. Timeless and tailored, these coats add a lot of refinement to a well-wounded coat closet.” 

Meet the Experts

Kate Bellman started with Nordstrom in November 2012, and after a decade with the company, has held roles in the Designer Digital Merchandising area, as a Fashion Director for Footwear, and now as her current role as Head of Editorial for fashion campaigns and content. 
Tim Hamilton has been with The North Face for more than five years, leading the brand’s creative vision and direction for its innovative product design. Tim Hamilton is also an American fashion designer known for minimalist sportswear. Previously, he launched his own menswear label in 2006. He is a three-time CFDA nominee and the winner of the 2009 CFDA/Swarovski Award for Menswear.

Meet the Author 

Kristina Rutkowski is a New York-based freelance writer and editor focusing on fashion. She was previously the Senior Fashion Market Editor at InStyle, covering everything trends and shopping. She has also worked in the fashion departments at Self and Glamour. Her bylines have appeared on,,, and Editing fashion throughout her career, she has been able to see, try and research the best brands available today. 

Demna Apologizes for Ad Campaign Depicting Children

Demna Apologizes for Ad Campaign Depicting Children

The designer at the center of the Balenciaga ad scandal has broken his silence.
In a post Friday on Demna’s Instagram account, which counts 373,000 followers, Balenciaga’s creative director writes: “I want to personally apologize for the wrong artistic choice of concept for the gifting campaign with the kids and I take my responsibility. It was inappropriate to have kids promote objects that have nothing to do with them.”

The Georgian designer, who is prone to provocation and subversion in his designs, runway shows and communications, was referring to Balenciaga’s holiday campaign featuring children posing alongside handbags shaped like stuffed bears dressed in bondage gear.

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The ads sparked outrage on social media, with some consumers destroying Balenciaga products, urging boycotts and calling for the designer’s ouster. Last week, Kim Kardashian said she was “reevaluating” her relationship with the brand, saying she was “shaken by the disturbing images.”

On Friday the British Fashion Council confirmed that, after speaking to Balenciaga, “the brand has decided not to attend” the Fashion Awards in London on Monday, Dec. 5.

Demna was originally a candidate for Designer of the Year, alongside peers including Miuccia Prada and Pierpaolo Piccioli for Valentino. The BFC confirmed that his name is no longer on the list for the award which is voted on by more than 1,000 international industry figures.

“I need to learn from this, listen and engage with child protection organizations to know how I can contribute and help on this terrible subject,” Demna’s post read. “As much as I would sometimes like to provoke a thought through my work, I would NEVER have an intention to do that with such an awful subject as child abuse that I condemn. Period.

“I apologize to anyone offended by the visuals and Balenciaga has guaranteed that adequate measures will be taken not only to avoid similar mistakes in the future but also to take accountability in protecting child welfare in every way we can.”

Comments are disabled on the post, the only one on Demna’s feed, and it garnered a little over 10,000 likes after a few hours.

The designer made no mention of a second campaign that has also brought a firestorm of criticism and a lawsuit against the production companies involved.

That fashion campaign, for the spring 2023 collection, depicted actresses Nicole Kidman and Isabelle Huppert in a business environment. In one photo of a handbag, there is a page in the background from the Supreme Court ruling “United States v. Williams” 2008, which confirms as illegal and not protected by freedom of speech the promotion of child pornography.

Kidman is facing heavy criticism for her silence over the ads, which she promoted to her 8.7 million Instagram followers.

Balenciaga has issued several statements stressing it condemned child abuse and never intended for “it to be included in our narrative.”

“The two separate ad campaigns in question reflect a series of grievous errors for which Balenciaga takes responsibility.” The fashion house said it is “laying the groundwork with organizations who specialize in child protection and aims at ending child abuse and exploitation.” It did not provide details of what its efforts might involve, however.

One statement detailed: “The first campaign, the Gift collection campaign, featured children with plush bear bags dressed in what some have labelled BDSM-inspired outfits,” the brand said. “Our plush bear bags and the Gift collection should not have been featured with children. This was a wrong choice by Balenciaga, combined with our failure in assessing and validating images. The responsibility for this lies with Balenciaga alone.

“The second, separate campaign for spring 2023, which was meant to replicate a business office environment, included a photo with a page in the background from a Supreme Court ruling ‘United States v. Williams’ 2008, which confirms as illegal and not protected by freedom of speech the promotion of child pornography. All the items included in this shooting were provided by third parties that confirmed in writing that these props were fake office documents. They turned out to be real legal papers most likely coming from the filming of a television drama. The inclusion of these unapproved documents was the result of reckless negligence for which Balenciaga has filed a complaint. We take full accountability for our lack of oversight and control of the documents in the background and we could have done things differently.”

Balenciaga is said to be initially seeking $25 million in damages through its legal action against production company North Six Inc. and set designer Nicholas Des Jardins.

North Six logistically managed the campaign in the office setting, but it was not involved with the Gift Collection campaign featuring the questionable teddy bears.

Fashion casting director Piergiorgio Del Moro, who counts more than half a million followers on Instagram, said in a post earlier Friday that he stands with North Six and des Jardins.

“It is troubling to see a fashion house knowingly deflect blame on the hired production company to avoid responsibility for its own creative decisions,” he wrote. “Clients are on the set and are responsible for all approvals through and, most importantly, have final say before all images are released to the public.

“Production does not create the vision but works to serve clients and bring to life their vision, ot contribute their own,” he continues. “Everybody in the fashion industry knows how closely brands create, test, define and safeguard their image, including micro-managing all media associated with such imagery. I stand by the community to ensure that blaming production companies for the fallout and problems associated with vision and image does not become the norm and hope that Balenciaga will see to it that North Six’s name is properly cleared.”

Balenciaga said investigations are continuing internally and externally, but in the meantime it is revising its working methods and organization and putting new controls in place around its creative processes and “validation steps.” 

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