#BoFLive | Join BoF for a Live Conversation with Carol Lim and Humberto Leon, 10th February

We are delighted to announce that BoF founder and editor-in-chief Imran Amed will interview Carol Lim and Humberto Leon, founders of Opening Ceremony, to learn about their ascent in the fashion industry. The event will be streamed on BoF, live from New York, on the evening of February 10th.

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BoF Founder Imran Amed speaks to BBC Global News about The Business of Fashion

  On the day of the announcement of BoF’s seed investment round, founder and editor-in-chief Imran Amed spoke to the BBC Global News about the rise of The Business of Fashion, the disruptive forces re-shaping the fashion industry, and the special role that London plays in the global fashion ecosystem.

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BoF Interviews Facebook’s Tracy Yaverbaun at Decoded London

LONDON, United Kingdom — Last week, London’s digital fashion community gathered at the Decoded Fashion conference to debate and discuss the ongoing shifts in consumer technology and social media which are reshaping the fashion and luxury industry as we know it. At the heart of the digital revolution engulfing fashion is Facebook. It’s been a big year for the world’s biggest social network. First came the

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A Landmark Week for BoF

LONDON, United Kingdom — When we first launched our Twitter account back in December 2008, I have to admit I had no idea how BoF would use the nascent social media tool. Naysayers were already dismissing the platform. But as with many things here at The Business of Fashion, we decided to conduct an experiment and gauge the results for ourselves. Well, less than three years later, I am delighted to report that, as of today, our

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The Long View | Jeffrey Sachs on the Global Economy and Rebalancing an Unequal World

NEW YORK, United States — In the world of development economics, Jeffrey Sachs is a veritable rock star. He is the director of The Earth Institute, Quetelet professor of sustainable development, professor of health policy and management at Columbia University and special advisor to United Nations secretary general Ban Ki-moon. For over 25 years, he has advised international governments in the developing world — from Africa to

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