Welcome, Marco Zanini!
The fashion house finally confirmed his appointment today.
Paris gets a bit of much-needed lightness at Balenciaga, Pugh, Demeulemeester, Undercover, and more.
To replace Marco Zanini, who's supposedly going to Schiaparelli.
Voluminous, bow-covered, and theatrical, as promised.
"It would be so refreshing to see a Dior that could look real."
It's hard to believe, but we wouldn't mind if he moved here.
The ex-Halston designer is charged with reviving another label.
Procter & Gamble plans to revive the house, and Zanini could be on tap.
Though executives reportedly met with Roland Mouret about helming the label, they're not making a new hire just yet.
The newly revived house just lost its head designer and cut ties with Rachel Zoe, but it looks to have its ducks in a row.
The designer wants to leave his position as creative director of the label to focus on his expanding namesake line.
Yesterday, we learned the label's head designer was let go, and now their red-carpet adviser is out.
Marco Zanini revived the label with a fall collection that received mixed reviews, and execs are already on the hunt for a replacement.