BoF brings you our Top 10 Shows of the Season.
As this season’s fashion campaigns go head-to-head on social media, a battleground now more important than the pages of print magazines, BoF picks the top 10 campaigns of Spring/Summer 2015.
Fashion brands continue to invest in short videos as part of their seasonal advertising campaigns. Some are pushing the boundaries with novel narrative content, ‘edutainment’ and big budget directors.
With a few notable exceptions, luxury brands remain slow in building digital capabilities, revealed a report released by Exane BNP Paribas.
In a season lacking in creativity, a burst of innovation came from Japan, while a small and precious handful of designers managed to blend sex and saleability with new ideas, says BoF columnist Angelo Flaccavento.
PARIS, France — Today, contributing photographer Sonny Vandevelde looks back at Paris Fashion Week with backstage images from the Chloé, Anthony Vaccarello, Lanvin, Dior, Dries Van Noten, Manish Arora, Alexander McQueen, Kenzo and Givenchy shows.
With hundreds of glossy spring/summer advertising campaigns set to populate major fashion magazines, Internet forums and social media platforms from Facebook to Tumblr to Pinterest, The Business of Fashion picks the Top 10 Campaigns of the Season. Which campaigns did you like most?
Sonny Vandevelde brings us behind-the-scenes shots from Paris menswear week.
Investors are moving away from bigger groups towards smaller brands and American “affordable luxury.” Meanwhile, the jury is still out as to whether the crucial trading period from Thanksgiving to Christmas will deliver strong results, but sentiment remains positive, reports Pierre Mallevays of Savigny Partners.
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