From shearling to fur to velvet, many of this season’s most prevalent runway trends were driven by textiles.
The fortunes of many global brands are now in the hands of a few powerful families pondering what comes next for their fashion dynasties.
Fashion may be having a genderless moment. But are consumers?
Forget the traditional fashion cycle. Some brands and retailers are striving to deliver a near-constant feed of ‘buy now, wear now’ products.
The big four fashion weeks are competing more fiercely than ever to attract the best young designers from around the world.
The Savigny Luxury Index (“SLI”) continued to rise and gained almost seven percent over the month.
The runways are awash with gender-neutral statements. What does this mean for retail?
Which of the two french giants that dominate luxury fashion is best positioned for growth? Luca Solca, head of luxury goods at Exane BNP Paribas, does the analysis.
How can fashion companies navigate the crashing waves of currency fluctuations?
Stinging from slowing growth in emerging markets, competition from niche brands and foreign currency woes, cosmetics companies are aiming to tap opportunity in the multicultural beauty market.