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The Daily Digest

  1. Hermès Takes The Long View of Its Position in China

    “This might seem like the worst possible moment to open a standalone historic mansion-cum-luxury shop on one …More

  2. Asos Shares Fall 14% on Poor Outlook

    “Shares in online fashion firm Asos have fallen 14% in early trading after it downgraded its profit forecast …More

  3. Uniqlo, Gap and H&M Are Lining Up to Sell, But India is Short on One Critical Element

    “India is an attractive market for international retailers with its growing middle class and hordes of …More

  4. How Technology Is Disrupting the Fashion Industry

    “Bloomberg’s Caroline Hyde reports on London Fashion Week which kicks off today and how digital innovation is …More

  5. What Does ‘British’ Style Really Mean?

    “The old stereotype of British fashion — of crazy creative types pushing sartorial boundaries without any …More

Amy Astley on the Symbiotic Relationship Between Fashion and Young Hollywood

Maisie Williams, Nicola Peltz | Photo: Josh Olins for Teen Vogue

To coincide with the debut of Teen Vogue’s annual ‘Young Hollywood’ issue, BoF talks to editor-in-chief Amy Astley about the increasingly symbiotic relationship between young actors and fashion brands.

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Introducing ‘Polymaths & Multitaskers,’ Our 2nd Annual #BoF500 Print Edition

Cover of the BoF 500 ‘Polymaths & Multitaskers’ Special Print Edition

Our second annual BoF 500 print edition examines some of the overachieving Polymaths & Multitaskers making outsized contributions to the global fashion industry. It’s not out until September 22, but is available for pre-order now.

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5 Lessons from Lulu Kennedy

Lulu Kennedy MBE | Photo: Paul Wetherell

For nearly 15 years, Lulu Kennedy has helped to guide young British designers like Roksanda Ilincic, Jonathan Saunders and JW Anderson through the critical early stages of building their labels. Now, with her own label, Lulu & Co, set to show on schedule at London Fashion Week for the first time, Kennedy shares five lessons for emerging designers.

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