In the latest instalment of Market GPS, Robb Young examines Ukraine, a market going through a period of major transition.
PARIS, France — Cie. Financiere Richemont SA, which yesterday ruled out selling Net-a-Porter, may spin off the online fashion retailer on the stock market as it refocuses on luxury watches and jewelry, according to Sanford C. Bernstein.
From shoes to handbags to ready-to-wear, the price of designer fashion has increased precipitously over the last decade. What’s driving the rising prices? And how high can they go?
Pajama dressing has become an unlikely but enduring high fashion trend with several years now under its belt and little sign of slowing down. BoF reports.
Before the debut of his second capsule collection with Net-a-Porter, set to launch on July 17th, designer Esteban Cortazar spoke to BoF about why leaving Ungaro was the best decision of his life, his new business model, and why slow and steady wins the race.
In recent years, we’ve seen a veritable renaissance in online fashion retail, with venture money pouring into fashion e-commerce companies with a wide range of models. In the first of a series of articles on the current state of fashion e-commerce, sponsored by e-commerce software and platform solutions company Magento, BoF examines some of the models getting the most traction.
The China Edit is a weekly curation of the most important fashion business news and analysis from and about the world’s largest luxury market.
BoF’s editor-in-chief reports from Sydney, Australia, on a local fashion market that’s being radically reshaped by the arrival of global fast fashion chains and the meteoric growth of international e-tailers.
E-commerce is set to grow dramatically in the Gulf States over the next few years. Which fashion retailers are poised to seize the opportunity and how they are adapting their models to suit the specifics of the market?
With the rise of shopable magazines and a new hybrid business model built around retail, advertising and newsstand sales, Jeremy Langmead, editor-in-chief of Mr Porter, argues that it’s time to dispense with the pretense of ‘church and state’ divisions between the commercial and editorial sides of a fashion media business.