In the face of fierce competition and heavy cost structures, some brands are rethinking the logic of their diffusion lines.
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NEW YORK, United States — Contributing photographer Sonny Vandevelde brings us backstage photo dispatches from Victoria Beckham, Derek Lam, DKNY, Thakoon, Band of Outsiders and Patrick Ervell shows, held on day four of New York Fashion Week.
NEW YORK, United States — Today, BoF contributing photographer Sonny Vandevelde brings us backstage imagery from the Derek Lam, DKNY, Thakoon and Diane von Furstenberg shows, held on day four of New York Fashion Week. Sonny Vandevelde is a contributing photographer at The Business of Fashion.
Today, BoF columnist Bandana Tewari reports on Project Renaissance, a unique collaboration between Indian artisans and international fashion brands organised by Vogue India in celebration of the magazine’s fifth anniversary. MUMBAI, India — Living in India, it’s not difficult to see the magic that lies in the country’s artisanal crafts and textiles. From the foothills of the Himalayas to the tip of Kanyakumari, there is tremendous
Hautel Check-In: Luxury Labels Extend Brands to Hotels (Brand Channel) “The U.S. economy is sputtering, and the European continent isn’t looking very bullish at the moment. But none of this seems to be terribly concerning to the luxury hotel market. There has been a spate of recent openings — hotel extensions of luxury brands — to prove it.” Polka Dots Are In? Polka Dots It Is! (Slate) “If you’ve ever
NEW YORK, United States — To tweet, or not to tweet. That has been the question on many fashion business minds over the past year. Not every brand needs a Twitter account, but if a brand does decide to stake out a presence on Twitter, they should do so with a clear plan in mind and a voice that is consistent with the brand, while also opening up a new point of view. Most of all, Twitter should be a tool for engagement with a