As costs rise in Asia, once famine-plagued Ethiopia is emerging as a production center for labour-intensive products from shoes to T-shirts to handbags.
LOS ANGELES, United States — American Apparel Inc's founder should know in the next few weeks whether he may return as an employee of the company, according to a source familiar with the situation.
Marie Claire’s innovative interactive magazine covers are breaking new ground in advertising real estate.
Stella Bugbee, the editorial director of New York Magazine’s The Cut, says that it’s important to be very honest with yourself about who you are and what you’re good at.
The family-owned cut crystal company has already transformed itself into one of the world’s leading jewellery retailers, but their ambitions have grown to keep pace with the expanding market for fashion jewellery.
NEW YORK, United States — Tiffany & Co. Chief Executive Officer Michael Kowalski will step down in 2015 after more than 15 years running the luxury jeweler, passing the reins to President Frederic Cumenal.
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Decades of poor management and cheap overseas competition brought the once booming Scottish knitwear industry to its knees. Today, with a new end-consumer focus and artisanal manufacturing, there is also newfound confidence in Hawick and the border mill towns of Scotland. BoF reports on a heritage industry reinventing itself for the future.
BoF editor-in-chief Imran Amed recaps the week in the business of fashion.
BoF has learned that leather goods giant Coach has eliminated more than 150 jobs as part of its efforts to restructure and reinvigorate the brand amidst sluggish sales in recent quarters.