Miu Miu’s Youthful Vibrancy

Miu Miu Autumn/Winter 2014 | Source: Nowfashion.com

Despite the slightly perverse transparent plastic setting, Miuccia Prada’s collection for Miu Miu was a rainbow of youthful, optimistic, and sweet-sporty pieces easily imagined on a range of young Hollywood starlets, writes Jessica Michault for Nowfashion.com.

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Miu Miu Blows Up Handbags in Inventive Show

Miu Miu A/W 2013 | Source: Associated Press

PARIS, France — Last season's boxy and printed looks were gone for Miu Miu's fall-winter 2013-14 show. In their place was a more inventive collection that featured outerwear as dresses, exaggeratedly sized buttons and giant handbags. Flashes of color in '50s polka dot neckties, stripy tights and Belle Epoque boots in gold and silver, gave the collection for Miuccia Prada's baby sister offshoot a great lift. Wide collars that swept

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Vuitton anatomy, Arcadia profits plummet, Social trend forecasting, All change in Montréal, ‘Irresponsible’ Miu Miu

Louis Vuitton Maison Sydney | Source: AFR

Anatomy of a maison (AFR) “In the Medieval age, the sight of a towering spire signalled a city of splendour. Today, it is cathedrals of retailing that indicate metropolitan status in the global pecking order. The December 3 opening, not of another Louis Vuitton store – there are already 460 of those worldwide – but of a much grander Louis Vuitton ‘Maison’ (of which there are just 13) proves Sydney must be a very smart town

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Top 10 Fashion Films of the Season

Lanvin Spoof Video | Source: NEW YORK, United States — At BoF, we’ve been ranking the top fashion films of the season since 2009, when the genre was still just coming into existence. But even back then, set against the staggering rise of online video consumption and the growing importance of engaging young digital consumers, the medium’s tremendous potential was clear. Fast-forward to the Autumn of 2011 and YouTube-friendly short

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Global Briefing | How to Seize the China Opportunity, Beyond Store Openings

BEIJING, China — According to Bain & Company, a consulting firm, China is currently the world’s second largest consumer of luxury goods, ahead of Japan and second only to the United States. McKinsey forecasts that by 2015, China will account for around 20 per cent, or 180 billion renminbi (US$27 billion) of global luxury sales. With numbers like these, it’s no surprise that a major land grab is underway amongst fashion brands

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