The runways are awash with gender-neutral statements. What does this mean for retail?
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Earlier this week, BoF’s Imran Amed went inside JW Anderson’s burgeoning fashion brand just after the designer had unveiled a new head office and studio, hired his first CEO and announced the launch of his first retail channel. Now, the full video of the exclusive interview is online.
About 8 months after LVMH took a minority stake in his label, JW Anderson has moved into a new head office and studio, hired his first CEO and announced the launch of his first retail channel. In an in-depth video conversation with the designer, BoF brings you an exclusive look inside the burgeoning fashion brand.
Colin McDowell reflects on the rise of young London designers JW Anderson and Christopher Kane, each now backed by a major French luxury conglomerate.
PARIS, France — LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton SA, the world’s largest luxury-goods company, is in advanced talks to acquire a stake in fashion designer J.W. Anderson, according to two people familiar with the situation.
PARIS, France — LVMH is in talks to buy a stake in British fashion brand J.W. Anderson, a source close to the matter said on Friday after the No.1 luxury goods group revealed it was investing in another budding UK label, shoe designer Nicholas Kirkwood.
Today, we are pleased to introduce Turning Point, a new BoF series examining critical moments in the careers of fashion’s brightest rising stars, starting with London-based designer J.W. Anderson.
Jil Sander Remodels for Her Comeback (IHT) “Last weekend, Jil Sander left her native Hamburg for Milan where, on Saturday, she will show her first collection in seven years for the brand that bears her name.” Shorts Reign in a Men’s Wear Jubilee (IHT) “The first stand-alone British men’s wear shows that the prince was lauding developed into three packed days of presentations this past weekend that played out