The Daily Roundup: Lagerfeld to Exhibit Photographs in Havana, YSL’s CEO on the Post-Hedi Era

by Sydney Sadick

Karl Lagerfeld (Photo by Vittorio Zunino Celotto/Getty Images)

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Lagerfeld to Exhibit Photographs in Havana [Yahoo!]
As part of his cruise collection for Chanel in Havana, Karl Lagerfeld will also debut a selection of 200 photographs as a part of the “Obra en Proceso/Work in Progress” exhibition.

Francesca Bellettini on Saint Laurent’s Future [Business of Fashion]
In her first in-depth interview, Yves Saint Laurent CEO Francesca Bellettini breaks down how she’s maintaining the brand’s momentum in the post-Hedi Slimane era.

Charlotte Olympia Launches Activewear Line [Footwear News]
The ultra-glam shoe brand has teamed up Bodyism to create a clothing and accessories capsule collection comprised of 10 ready-to-wear pieces, which incorporate Charlotte Olympia’s signatures, like the “Kitty” face and spiderweb logo.

McQueen Denies Copycat Attacks [Vogue UK]
Alexander McQueen has denied claims by a Hertfordshire-based designer that its creative director, Sarah Burton, used her sketches as inspiration for Kate Middleton’s wedding dress, calling the accusations “ridiculous.”

Prince Clothing on Its Way? [The Fashion Law]
Paisley Park Enterprises, Prince’s main business company, filed to federally register the musician’s name in a several classes of goods, including Class 25, which covers clothing.

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