A fashion world without Cavalli. That wouldn’t be nice at all. The italian fashion prince with his unbuttoned shirts reliably creates headlines. He is a great entertainer. A few days ago, Cavalli started a fight with muscle man Armani:
“As usual, the Camera Nazionale della Moda is washing its hands of the situation and it will not go against the wishes of ‘Little King’ Armani, and therefore the problems are mine alone. What can I do? Do I stay the final day, running the risk that some foreign journalists will forgo my show, or should I overlap with smaller fry, smaller brands, acting as some of my colleagues do?”
“Cavalli should be quiet because the ‘Little King’ could start to get angry.”
A brawl between those two old men seems inevitable. The Dandy Diary-Team starts now to take bets for money. But we won’t be impartial in case of a fight. We just like him too much for that, our Macho Cavalli.
NIKE has lost three important shoe-designers at once to their competitor ADIDAS. Marc Dolce, Mark Miner and Denis Dekovic have quit their jobs at the brand with swoosh are all going to work for the brand with the three stripes from 2015 on. Dekovic shared this via Twitter.
NIKE is loosing three of it’s best designers for the shoe-sectors sportswear (Dolce), running (Miner) and soccer (Dekovic).
One can not accuse ADIDAS of trying to obvert their stock-down-fall. To take over important employees of their competitor is already a chilled bitch-move, for sure.