BoF compiles the most important professional moves of the week.
How well have you read your BoF this week? Test your knowledge of all of the latest news and analysis from around the world of fashion with a special China-themed Pop Quiz to coincide with the launch of BoF China.
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The French, English and even Arabic editions of the world’s most elite fashion magazines are bending over backwards to speak to the rising flow of Chinese tourists in their own language.
BoF goes inside the network of clandestine “showrooms” which distribute underpriced luxury fashion products across Russia and the former USSR.
On Wednesday night, leading professionals from the Chinese fashion industry gathered in Shanghai to celebrate the launch of BoF China.
In China’s fashion market, making a statement used to be a matter of muscle and might. But ‘doing things big’ is no longer the only way to succeed.
When it depends on one nation more than ever before, how concerned should the global fashion industry be about a less-than-feverish Chinese market?
Halloween and Mother’s Day have become staples of the U.K. shopping calendar. Now Black Friday looks as though it may be the next big retail import from the United States.
BoF speaks to Woo Youngmi, one of South Korea’s most respected exports, who started her menswear business, which now generates $29.4 million per year, during a period of dramatic upheaval in her native country.