Fashion is experiencing another designer exodus. On Monday morning, Kering’s Italian men’s wear brand, Brioni, and its creative director, Brendan Mullane, released a statement saying that they had reached “a joint decision” not to renew their working collaboration. Hours later, Berluti said that its chief designer, Alessandro Sartori, was leaving the LVMH-owned men’s luxury label for a new opportunity nine days after presenting his latest fall collection at Paris Fashion Week. Speculation then turned to the rival house Ermenegildo Zegna as Mr. Sartori’s new posting after weeks of talk that its designer, Stefano Pilati, would be leaving after three years at the helm. On Tuesday, Zegna declined to comment on the topic. Read more at The New York Times.