On the occasion of the sixth instalment of “A Shaded View on Fashion Film,” held at the Centre Pompidou in Paris, BoF brings you an exclusive look at designer Manish Arora’s latest fashion film, ‘Holi Holy,’ and sits down with the festival’s founder, Diane Pernet, to discuss the state of the medium.
BoF editor-in-chief Imran Amed recaps the week in the business of fashion.
Courtesy of our friends at Byronesque, pioneering fashion blogger Diane Pernet laments the current state of fashion criticism and brings us a brief history of fashion critics past and present.
Longchamp: A long way from pipes in Paris (Independent) “Longchamp’s signature product is a handbag seen on the arms of hundreds of women everywhere from London to Sao Paulo and Singapore. Its Le Pliage foldable handbags launched in 1993 and the company still sells three million of them every year, helping to explain a recent 22 per cent growth in group sales. Despite its products being a common sight among the masses,
PARIS, France — With fabled fashion innovators Raf Simons and Hedi Slimane scheduled to make their respective ready-to-wear debuts at Dior and Saint Laurent, two of French fashion’s most iconic houses, the stage is set for a historic Paris Fashion Week. And indeed, the conversation amongst editors, buyers and other industry insiders assembling here in the world’s fashion capital is charged with palpable excitement. BoF spoke to
LONDON, United Kingdom — Following our #BoFLOVE party in New York last week, the global BoF community gathered once again on Monday night — this time in London’s Le Baron nightclub — to celebrate our fifth anniversary. With the incredible Alpines in the deejay booth, my lovely co-host Caroline Issa, and a much-needed release following a marathon of shows on the most important day of London Fashion Week, our party in London
A Super-Stylish Vampire (IHT) “If the definition of a vampire is a pallid, blood-sucking monster with frightening fangs, Carine Roitfeld, former editor of French Vogue and a pivotal figure in the fashion world, does not seem to fit the bill… ‘Why a book — especially for someone like me who hates looking back?’ Ms. Roitfeld asked herself… ‘It marks 30 years. The end of a chapter is a good moment —
NEW YORK, United States — I first met Graham Tabor and Miguel Villalobos over sushi in New York with our mutual friend Diane Pernet. Then again, it felt like we already knew each other since their smiling faces were often featured on Diane’s blog and she had already told me so much about them. Since then, Graham and Miguel have kept me captivated with their creativity and ideas. A talented photographer and illustrator working