DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Just a few years ago, Gulf Arab women usually only felt comfortable showing off their fashion sense at ladies-only parties or family gatherings. In public, at least in their home countries, the standard all-black abaya — a simple floor-length covering and accompanying head scarf — was the only culturally accepted option.
BoF editor-in-chief Imran Amed recaps the week in the business of fashion.
BoF distills recent fashion stories from the French media.
Last month, Harrods and Dior celebrated sixty years of joint history with a mega-sized promotion of unprecedented scale. Now that the dust has settled, BoF takes a closer look at the results of the retail extravaganza.
The China Edit is a weekly curation of the most important must-read fashion business news and analysis from and about the world’s largest luxury market.
It’s time for the global fashion industry to stop turning a blind eye to the lack of racial diversity on the runways, says op-ed contributor Demi Sinclair.
PARIS, France — For the first time since Raf Simons took the creative helm at Dior, the French fashion house is bringing its Haute Couture show to China, with an event to be held in Shanghai on March 30. The show will be a repeat outing of the Spring 2013 Haute Couture collection that was first presented in January during Paris Couture Week and marks the second couture show in China for Dior, which presented its Spring 2012 Haute
Following the arrival of Louis Vuitton’s super-sized “Maison” on London’s Bond Street in 2010, the thoroughfare will soon be home to a slew of high fashion megastores, transforming the once-quaint street into a larger-than-life global luxury showcase.