BoF editor-in-chief Imran Amed recaps the week in the business of fashion.
Céline has become one of the most copied fashion brands on the planet and every critic’s favourite. What’s more, it has sales revenue to support the hype. How long can it can last?
Barneys New York is updating two of its lower-priced Co-op locations in order to house its designer and contemporary offerings under the same roof.
Rich toddlers draw fashion designers’ eyes (Business Week) “Top fashion designers are pushing more expensive duds for the increasingly lucrative affluent toddler demographic. This fall, Oscar de la Renta, Dolce & Gabbana, and Marni launched collections for the pint-sized.” Bergdorf Goodman’s Online Push (WWD) “The retailer’s digital journey began with YouTube in 2007, followed by Facebook and
Perry Ellis Still Has Something to Say (NY Times) “For men of a certain generation, the Perry Ellis look of the early ‘80s was a classic: impeccably constructed khaki pants and a crisp white or blue cotton shirt, perhaps paired with a buttery soft trench coat, all of it conveying a kind of effortless elegance.’ When Perry Ellis was alive, no one did it better,’ Michael Bastian, the men’s wear designer, said