The Creative Class | Alister Mackie, Stylist and Creative Director

Alister Mackie | Photo: Michael Hemy for BoF

As Another Man celebrates its tenth anniversary with a new book, the magazine’s creative director Alister Mackie sits down with BoF to discuss his analogue working methods, the 1990s Britpop scene that shaped his distinctive indie styling and his relationship with Katy England. The Creative Class is supported by CLIO Image, an awards show honouring creative excellence in fashion, beauty and retail.

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BoF Exclusive | Dazed Scales Back Print to Six Issues Per Year, Expands on Web

The January 2014 and December 2013 covers of Dazed & Confused | Source: Dazed & Confused

Today, BoF can exclusively report that Dazed & Confused, one of fashion’s most respected youth-focused magazines, will reduce the frequency of its print publication to 6 times per year as it continues to expand its audience online.

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The Creative Class | Robbie Spencer, Fashion Director

Robbie Spencer | Source: Courtesy photo

Miuccia Prada loves his work but his grandmother doesn’t understand what he does. BoF sat down with Robbie Spencer, stylist and newly appointed fashion director at Dazed & Confused, to discuss his personal and professional journey.

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Burberry Bespoke, Hermès’ growth continues, Digital exclusivity, Macy’s makeover, 20 years of Dazed & Confused

Screen Shot Burberry Bespoke | Source: Burberry Bespoke

Mink or Fox? The Trench Gets Complicated (WSJ) “Signaling how interactive the online shopping experience has become, Burberry, the British fashion label, is offering a way for customers to design and order custom trench coats online. Called Burberry Bespoke, the program is a full-scale attempt at “mass customization,” a long-time goal of retailers and unusual for a designer fashion house. Customers select the cut

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Fashion 2.0 | An Interactive Future for Fashion Magazines

Courtesy of Vogue (US)

NEW YORK, United States — Susan Sontag once said “fashion is fashion photography.” She might have added: “and fashion photography is the magazine.” Indeed, it’s hard to overestimate the importance of magazines to the fashion system. More than the runway, the boutique, the boulevard, or the internet, glossy physical magazines are still the primary place where fashion lives and the most powerful pathway

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