New York Times, Tina Isaac-Goizè

In the meantime, Ms. Sozzani last fall signed a joint venture with Tiziana Fausti, a luxury multibrand retailer, to expand the 30-year-old concept store in the global market. (The store has an outpost in Seoul, but closed its locations in New York in 2020 and in Shanghai in 2019.). The move puts Ms. Fausti in charge of the Milan flagship and digital expansion, leaving Ms. Sozzani freer to promote craftsmanship to a new generation — for example, by creating opportunities for fashion students to get hands-on experience with artisans.