News & Analysis
3 April 2016
3 April 2016 • By Reuters
27 March 2016
Ready-to-Wear - Autumn 2016
4 March 2016
Olivier Rousteing’s show drove home a repetition of decorative outfits that rarely seem digestible as single garments, but rather arrive fully formed as a suctioned, belted, total look.
2 March 2016
In the ninth instalment of BoF’s fashion history series, we study Pierre Balmain, the designer who preferred making money to making waves. With the support of Cecil Beaton and and Gertrude Stein, the couturier found himself feted on a global stage after just one collection. But a career chasing the custom of foreign royalty and Hollywood's finest at the expense of Parisien society left his legacy in tatters.
12 February 2016
12 February 2016 • By Kate Abnett
28 January 2016
Menswear - Autumn 2016
25 January 2016
Olivier Rousteing heralded the return of the unabashed übermensch, with body-enhancing uniforms, skintight trousers and indulgent embroideries.
24 January 2016
From Kenzo and Ami to Balmain and Hermès, labels cooked up menswear recipes for fans and followers.
18 January 2016
Top 10 Fashion Films
13 November 2015
How can brands from distant markets break into the global marketplace?
BoF Exclusive | Francesca Bellettini on Saint Laurent in the Post-Hedi Slimane Era
Top 10 Fashion Films of the Season
On the Periphery, Going Global
Op-Ed | Fashion Needs a New Rhythm
Can American Retailers Kick Their Discounts Addiction?
BoF Exclusive | BFC Unveils Global Fashion Awards, London’s Answer to the Met Ball
Middle Eastern Designers Break Boundaries
Homegrown Asian Labels Challenge Western Imports
What Fashion Can Learn From Beyoncé
Hermès Sales Growth Slows on China, Europe Attacks
Adidas Raises 2016 Guidance After First-Quarter Earnings Jump
São Paulo Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2017
Thailand's Central Group Buying E-Commerce Site Zalora's Thai Business