The Best of BoF | Top 10 Articles of 2010

[caption id="attachment_14415" align="alignnone" width="500" caption="The BoF community looks on at Fashion Pioneers with Natalie Massenet | Photo: Lawrence Randall"][/caption] LONDON, United Kingdom — It's been quite the year for the BoF team. In January, we will celebrate our 4th birthday, having seen BoF grow from a passion project created from the sofa in my living room to a growing global community of like-minded fashion professionals that is BoF today. We are grateful for all of the support our community has shown us over the past 12 months, from the success of our sold-out Fashion Pioneers series to the rapidly growing numbers of you who come to us every day for opinionated fashion business analysis and a highly-curated point of view…

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BoF Exclusive | The New Creative Establishment 2010 — The 50 Most Influential Creative Forces Working in Fashion Today

The New Creative Establishment | Source: INDUSTRIE Magazine

LONDON, United Kingdom — Today, The Business of Fashion brings you an exclusive preview of The New Creative Establishment, a list of the 50 most influential and inspirational creatives working in fashion today, developed by our friends at INDUSTRIE magazine for their second issue which comes out later this month and was inspired by a much-watched list with a similar name published by Vanity Fair called ‘The New

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Quotable | Katie Grand on Dressing Marc Jacobs in Drag

INDUSTRIE Magazine Issue 02 | Source: Industrie Magazine

“Marc pulled on one of the coats, put his hand in the pocket and found a Louis Vuitton Murakami phone charm that I must have been carrying the last time I wore it. He gave me a funny look and said, “I’m actually wearing your clothes. This feels a bit weird” Katie Grand on dressing Marc Jacobs in her personal archive of his designs as captured by Patrick Demarchelier for Issue 02 of INDUSTRIE Magazine, which was

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BoF Exclusive | A Sneak Peek Inside INDUSTRIE Magazine

Natalie Massenet, It's the Net Stupid | Source: INDUSTRIE

LONDON, United Kingdom — So intrigued were fashion industry followers when INDUSTRIE magazine’s first cover, featuring Anna Wintour, was leaked last week that the Internet was ablaze with rampant speculation about what this magazine about the “culture of fashion” might be like. Over at fashion website Styleite, they were “waiting with bated breath” to thumb through its 196 pages. Sassybella implored

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