What does the creative director shake-up mean for luxury fashion right now?

Burberry's Autumn/Winter 2023 show finale at the recent London Fashion Week in February marked British fashion designer and chief creative officer Daniel Lee's debut for the brand. PHOTO: BURBERRY
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SINGAPORE – The game of musical chairs played among creative directors of luxury fashion houses has been going on for years, with some of the biggest names in fashion swopping seats faster than you can say, “You’re out.”

But lately, several new faces and underdogs have joined the game, filling coveted seats and sending shockwaves through the notoriously exclusive industry. With Fashion Week coming to a close this week, succession has been on everyone’s lips.

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