Last month, Harrods and Dior celebrated sixty years of joint history with a mega-sized promotion of unprecedented scale. Now that the dust has settled, BoF takes a closer look at the results of the retail extravaganza.
Earlier this week, BoF spoke to senior executives at the launch of Uniqlo’s new Lifewear concept to understand the guiding principles and goals of an apparel company more rooted in technology than fashion.
After experimenting with a series of offline “showrooms,” trendy online eyewear company Warby Parker has launched it’s first physical flagship, complete with sensors that replicate online analytics, in New York’s Soho. BoF investigates.
The Society Management, a new modelling agency launched by Elite Management Worldwide, is taking a new approach to model management with a focus on digital branding and longevity. Vick Mihaci, the agency’s president, shares his game plan.
In the 18 months since its inception, Maiyet has done what other brands have tried and failed to do: fuse a luxury sensibility with ethical credentials. The real test will be whether the company can scale its unique business model in the years to come.
With the unveiling of bars, clubs, restaurants and a fashion school, Condé Nast International, publisher of Vogue and GQ’s international editions, is extending its brands into new areas of business. Is the strategy working?
Independent eyewear designers Cutler and Gross, Illesteva, Linda Farrow and Selima Optique are resonating with consumers and offering an alternative to the ‘big three’ licensing behemoths.
LONDON, United Kingdom — The Savigny Luxury Index (“SLI”) gained 1.6 percent in March, outperforming the MSCI World Index (“MSCI”) by just half a percentage point. The SLI has been quite volatile over the month with the eurozone crisis and the US debt ceiling taking centre stage again.