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Bits & Bytes is a weekly roundup of the most important news in the fast evolving fashion-tech space.
This month, our Spotlight shines on Isaac Reina, who brings a compelling blend of spare utilitarianism and human warmth to his collection of bags and small leather goods.
From modelling to management consulting, publishing to fashion design, Caroline Issa’s iterative evolution has been nothing short of remarkable.
Tod’s may spin off its luxury sneaker division, Hogan, according to a company spokeswoman.
At Toiletpaper, artist Maurizio Cattelan and photographer Pierpaolo Ferrari are creating provocative, hyperreal imagery that has ‘infected’ fashion with its naughtiness, irony, humour and shock value.
Black Milk’s rabid fan base is the driving force behind the fast-growing Australian clothing brand, influencing everything from product design to marketing. BoF examines one of fashion’s most obsessive fandoms.
There were times in my career when I was encouraged to focus and pick a narrower path, but having a wide variety of skills and interests and experiences serves me well now, says Kristen Joy Watts, fashion community lead at Instagram.
Taking a fashion piece from inception to store is a complex journey. In the first instalment of a three-part series supported by Lectra — a product design, development and manufacturing solutions company — BoF goes inside the studio to understand the creative process that goes into designing fashion pieces.
David and Alan Tisch’s “shopping mall on your phone” has done a remarkable job of building a clean and sophisticated app that is made for shopping. But Spring has several issues to overcome, argues Richie Siegel.