Must Read: Daniel Roseberry Wins 2024 Neiman Marcus Award, Off-White Returns to Paris Fashion Week

Daniel Roseberry<p>Photo: WWD/Getty Images</p>
Daniel Roseberry

Photo: WWD/Getty Images

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Monday.

Daniel Roseberry to receive Neiman Marcus Award
Schiaparelli's Creative Director Daniel Roseberry won the 2024 Neiman Marcus Award for Creative Impact in the Field of Fashion. The Texas-based retailer's award aims to celebrate the Texas-born designer's creativity and unique finesse in reviving Elsa Schiaparelli's surrealism through a contemporary lens. (Schiaparelli herself was honored by founder Stanley Marcus in 1940.) "In work and in life, creative impact is my number one goal, my core value, my North Star. To be recognized for this by Neiman Marcus, a name I've grown up with and an institution I could only have dreamed to be a part of, is an honor beyond measure," Roseberry said in a press release. A ceremony to honor Roseberry, Maria Grazia Chiuri and one to-be-announced honoree will be hosted at the Ritz during Paris Fashion Week. {Fashionista inbox}

Off-White is coming back to Paris Fashion Week
Creatively led by Ibrahim KamaraOff-White is returning to the runway at Paris Fashion Week with a show set for Feb. 29, dubbed "Black by Popular Demand." Following its Fall 2023 show (with none other than Naomi Campbell on the catwalk), the brand sat out fashion month in September, shelving plans for a presentation in New York City. This comes amid a significant slump in revenue by its operating company New Guards Group, where Off-White is an important money maker, which may be due to market conditions and the brand struggling to find its identity following the death of founder Virgil Abloh in 2021. Over email, CEO Cristiano Fagnani teased the upcoming show will be a "fun and playful" reveal. She continued, "Youth comes first, with our connection to culture and style." {Business of Fashion/paywalled}

Ganni opts out of showing at Copenhagen Fashion Week to spotlight emerging brands
After a decade of headlining, Ganni will not show this spring at Copenhagen Fashion Week. Instead, Ditte and Nicolaj Reffstrup, the husband-and-wife team behind the Danish brand, are hosting an an exhibition titled "Future, Talent, Fabrics." It will feature commissioned work created by seven emerging talents who use materials developed through the brand's Fabrics of the Future initiative. "The exhibition," Reffstrup said, "is very close to the Ganni DNA... It's not only us giving, it also goes the other way around; it's super inspiring for us." While there will be no runway show, Ganni will be showing its new collection by appointment. {Vogue/paywalled}

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