The China Edit is a weekly curation of the most important fashion business news and analysis from and about the world’s largest luxury market.
The wholesale business is finally getting more organised in China, encouraging the growth of a more robust domestic distribution network.
Germany is Europe’s biggest consumer of fashion. So why isn’t the country a bigger force in the international fashion world?
A year after the death of Nelson Mandela and two decades since the end of apartheid, South Africa’s fashion market holds up a skewed mirror to its vibrant and incredibly complex society.
Women account for an estimated 90 percent of the 180,000 workers in Myanmar’s garment industry, which is expanding again following the easing of international sanctions.
The French, English and even Arabic editions of the world’s most elite fashion magazines are bending over backwards to speak to the rising flow of Chinese tourists in their own language.
BoF goes inside the network of clandestine “showrooms” which distribute underpriced luxury fashion products across Russia and the former USSR.