Attacked from all sides by a surge of competitors, how is the 161-year-old pioneer of blue jeans reasserting itself?
Why awards season is more important than ever to gem purveyors.
Luca Solca, head of luxury goods at Exane BNP Paribas, examines the top ten risks confronting the luxury industry today.
From triple seam sealed Gore-tex and ballistic nylon to shearling vests and stylish axes, why are men buying fashion fit for surviving the apocalypse?
The Savigny Luxury Index started the year on a high as it gained almost five percent over the month.
BoF speaks to Visvim designer Hiroki Nakamura, whose label has attracted a global cult following by breathing new life into traditional American workwear.
Five years since Konzepp helped transform the sleepy Sheung Wan district into a hipster zone, owner Geoff Tsui is crossing the harbour to the buzzing quarter of Tsim Sha Tsui with his fourth niche boutique, located in Hong Kong’s K11 ‘art mall.’
Streetwear-fashion hybrids are on the rise. Fleeting trend or symbol of a more enduring shift?
BoF weighs up the pros and cons of going public compared to other options for raising capital to fuel growth.
How is a sleepy British department store still quietly sitting on one of London’s most expensive luxury retail strips? BoF steps inside the world of Fenwick Bond Street.
With a leather manufacturing heritage equal to that of luxury production powerhouses France and Italy, and offering comparable quality at a significantly lower cost, ‘Made in Portugal’ is on the rise.
What has become of the traditional fashion trend, now that fashion seasons have multiplied and blurred into an almost constant stream of ‘newness’ and an Instagram post can make a look go viral overnight?