Must Read: Dior to Hold Men's Pre-Fall Runway Show in Tokyo, Riccardo Tisci's First Burberry Collection Will Be Available Immediately on Instagram - Fashionista

Must Read: Dior to Hold Men's Pre-Fall Runway Show in Tokyo, Riccardo Tisci's First Burberry Collection Will Be Available Immediately on Instagram

Plus, "Vogue" to re-launch in Greece next spring.
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Looks from Dior Homme's Spring 2019 runway show. Photo: Francois G. Durand/WireImage

Looks from Dior Homme's Spring 2019 runway show. Photo: Francois G. Durand/WireImage

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Tuesday.

Dior to debut men's pre-fall runway show in Tokyo
Dior plans to stage its first men's pre-fall runway show in Tokyo on Nov. 30. The show will coincide with a Dior menswear pop-up at a Japanese department store that will sell the first offering designed by Kim Jones. {WWD

Riccardo Tisci's first Burberry collection will be available immediately on Instagram
When Riccardo Tisci unveils his first collection for Burberry during London Fashion Week on Monday, limited edition pieces will be available to purchase on Instagram for 24 hours immediately following the show. Select products will also be available via WeChat for the Asian market and physically at Burberry's London flagship. {Hypebeast

Vogue to re-launch in Greece next spring, with a focus on digital
Vogue will re-launch in Greece next spring under the leadership of 29-year-old Thaleia Karafyllidou, the youngest-ever editor-in-chief of a Vogue publication. Originally launched in 2000, Vogue Hellas ceased operations in 2012 after the publisher went bankrupt. Now, the fashion-focused glossy will return with an emphasis on digital, social media and events. {Business of Fashion

Hedi Slimane and Riccardo Tisci release teasers ahead of big debuts 
Hedi Slimane and Riccardo Tisci will make their highly-anticipated ready-to-wear debuts at Celine and Burberry this month. But if you've been paying attention to social media, then you've already gotten a taste of what these brands will look like under their new creative leads: Tisci displayed Burberry's new Peter Saville-designed logo on a giant teddy bear and on the exterior of its flagship in Seoul; Slimane, meanwhile, plastered his first Celine campaign on trucks and used Lady Gaga to introduce his new accent-less logo. {Business of Fashion

How the wealthy get in on fashion week 
You don't have to work your way up the editorial latter or boast an impressive social media following to go to NYFW or LFW events; you can simply rack up points with a hotel credit card. Hilton Worldwide, the Ritz-Carlton and the former's parent company Marriott International have recognized their clients' enthusiasm for the fashion industry, so they've created special programs to allow VIP access to fashion weeks across the globe. {South China Morning Post

The chief design officer at Hanes on the key to a successful collaboration
Ned Monroe, the chief design officer at Hanesbrands, explains how heritage brands can fuel innovative collaborations. In a new interview with WWD, Monroe said that the key to Hanes' many successful collaborations has been their ability to push the boundaries of design aesthetic without compromising the brand's authenticity. {WWD

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