Week in review: Apple, Burberry, Dior and Condé Nast
2 monthes ago - By Fashion United
This week we saw Apple become the first trillion dollar company, Burberry unveil a new monogram under artistic director Riccardo Tisci, Dior debut its AW18 ready-to-wear campaign and Condé Nast expected to sell off three print magazines. This is what we learned:
Apple this week became the world's only publicly traded trillion dollar company, testament to the strength of its brand and products. The technology giant will unveil new wearables and Apple Watch series later this year, a move that will no doubt keep it at the top of the fashion and tech stratosphere.
Riccardo Tisci took to...
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