EXCLUSIVE: Jacquemus Names Bastien Daguzan as Chief Executive Officer

Click here to read the full article. PARIS — As he preps for the next stage of growth for his 13-year-old brand, Simon Porte Jacquemus has brought on Bastien Daguzan as chief executive officer, effective immediately. Daguzan, who was general manager of Paco Rabanne fashion from 2017 to 2022, is the first external executive to fill the role, as Jacquemus previously acted as both creative director and CEO of his brand, known for sunny designs rooted in the lifestyle of his native Provence.More from WWDInside The Uniqlo Rivoli Flagship StoreFront Row at Jacquemus Fall 2021Jacquemus Fall 2021 The company made the announcement in...
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New Teams: Jacquemus and Nike, Vuitton and Kusama, Fendi and Istituto Marangoni

Click here to read the full article. RUN HIS WAY: Simon Porte Jacquemus, who spent the weekend hanging out with pal Dua Lipa, has hit the week running by teasing his upcoming collaboration with Nike on Instagram on Monday. “For this collaboration with Nike, I wanted to create a collection that reinterprets athletic women’s sportswear in a minimal way. I have always been inspired by vintage ACG pieces and Nike campaigns from the 1990s,” the French designer said in a statement.More from WWDLouis Vuitton, Burberry, Thom Browne, Ralph Lauren, Moschino and Gucci Reigned at the 2022 Met GalaRed Carpet Photos from...
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Balenciaga’s New Date, Revolve Responds, Selfridges Teams With Jacquemus

Click here to read the full article. WEEKEND DUTY: Balenciaga has shifted the date of its spring 2023 collection unveiling in New York City to May 22 at 11:30 a.m. It had previously announced Saturday, May 21, for its itinerant showing in the U.S. The Paris-based fashion house, controlled by French luxury group Kering, typically occupies a late Sunday morning slot when it takes part in Paris Fashion Week.More from WWDBalenciaga RTW Fall 2022Breakout Style Star Julia Fox's Best Style MomentsFashion Group International Night of Stars 2021 Other details, including the venue, are still under wraps. The industry is witnessing  a strong return...

Jacquemus Takes 'Le Splash' to Hawai'i

Simon Porte Jacquemus may not win an award for the practicality of his accessories, but the designer is the king of making a splash. His namesake brand has become known for its buzzy shows with miles-long runways against scenic backdrops that take over our social media feeds, as well as its cult-status shrunken bags and ab-baring clothes. Jacquemus' latest collection, fittingly called Le Splash, had all the makings of a hit before it even walked the blue catwalk: It was teased on none other than Bad Bunny last month, but wasn't officially announced until the tail end of Paris Fashion Week.

Jacquemus to Present Spring 2022 Collection in Hawaii

Click here to read the full article. Jacquemus is going to Hawaii. Designer Simon Porte Jacquemus revealed on the brand’s Instagram on Monday that he will be showing his spring 2022 collection during a fashion show in Hawaii on Wednesday. The news was announced in an Instagram video where the designer is seen underwater.More from WWDPhotos from the 2022 Billboard Women in Music Awards Red CarpetPhotos of Ariana DeBose's StyleRed Carpet Photos from the 2022 Cesar Awards “I’m really happy to announce that our next show ‘Le SplashH,’ a very unique project for us, will happen in Hawai’i,” Jacquemus wrote in the...

Jacquemus Reminds Homophobes That His Bags Aren't for Them

Simon Porte Jacquemus, the designer behind your favorite itty-bitty mini bags, is calling out homophobes. In true Valentine’s Day fashion, the French designer posted a photo of him and his lover sharing a kiss poolside. The innocent moment apparently antagonized homophobes online, who threatened to stop supporting his eponymous brand.

Jacquemus responds to homophobic troll on Instagram: ‘My bags don’t want you’

French fashion designer Simon Porte Jacquemus, founder of the Jacquemus label, has issued a clapback against a troll who left a homophobic comment on his Instagram account.The 32-year-old designer behind the cult-favourite Le Chiquito handbags told the troll that they were not welcome as customers due to their homophobic views, adding: “My bags don’t want you”.The comment came after Jacquemus posted a picture of himself kissing his husband, Marco Maestri, by a pool on Valentine’s Day.Jacquemus and Maestri married in June 2021, after four years of dating. The designer regularly posts moments from their life together on the social media...

Jacquemus' 24/24 Pop-Up Is Coming to Milan

Simon Porte Jacquemus is bringing his color-themed 24/24 pop-up to Milan. The temporary activation first launched in December, kicking off with an all-pink store in Paris. The designer took to Instagram to share that he is headed to the Italian city to introduce a new colorway, in addition to new products. “We are coming to Milano with a new color and new products,” he wrote. Just like the previous pop-up, 24/24 will be open all hours of the day, with the Milan store scheduled to run from 9 a.m. on February 25 to midnight on February 27.

Jacquemus Launches All-Pink Pop-Up in Paris

Jacquemus celebrates the release of its latest accessory, the Bambino Long bag, with the opening of the experimental store “Jacquemus 24/24” in Paris. Inspired by snack vending machines, the retail space is reimagined in a bright highlighter hue and filled with exclusive Jacquemus pieces. The brand has unveiled its new...

The Fashion Illustrator Who Counts Beyoncé and Jacquemus as Fans

When illustrator Ruben Baghdasaryan was learning the choreography to Beyoncé's "Crazy In Love" as a child, he could have never imagined that years later, he would be working alongside the singer to craft her merchandise line. Over the past four years, he done far more than become a celebrated member...

Jacquemus is Launching a Beauty Collection

The French fashion designer, Simone Portes Jacquemus, is working with the Spanish fragrance and beauty company Puig to launch a beauty line that combines storytelling and beauty. Jacquemus has been designing since 2009, however, this next chapter reaches into new uncharted territory for the house. Given the designer’s focus on...

Jacquemus is Reportedly Launching A Beauty Brand With Puig

Simon Porte Jacquemus is a lover of all things beautiful, and for his latest venture, he's venturing into the world of beauty with his eponymous label. Although the designer himself has not yet commented on the potential launch, WWD has reported that the upcoming venture will be in partnership with Spanish beauty giant Puig, who also own the beauty extensions of Jean Paul Gaultier, Dries Van Noten, Paco Rabanne, as well as a licensing from COMME des GARÇONS Parfums.

Jacquemus' Beauty Line: Everything We Know So Far

Simone Porte Jacquemus knows how to create hype. From his cult Le Chiquito bag to the Hadid-and-Jenner studded runway shows, merging the beauty of his homeland with the see-now-buy-now desirability of high fashion is something that seems to have come quite naturally to the French designer. Now, it looks like he's got his sights set on conquering the beauty world.

Kendall Jenner Bares All in Jacquemus' Daring Winter 2021 Campaign

After an initial teaser earlier this week, Jacquemus has now revealed its Winter 2021 “LA MONTAGNE” campaign starring none other than Kendall Jenner. Shot by Drew Vickers, the eye-catching visuals picture the model wearing colorful numbers from the French label’s collection while striking dynamic poses directed by Ryan Chappell. Standouts include the Le sac Ciuciu bag in vibrant pink as well as the cropped knit cardigan, which is already an Instagram favorite. Elsewhere, Jenner appears in a range of outdoor-themed apparel including a puffer jacket, hiking-inspired boots and more.