In a season where real creativity was forced to fight for space amidst a glut of sameness, BoF brings you our Top 10 Shows of the Season.
Menswear plays a poor relation to women’s styles at New York Fashion Week, but it is enjoying faster-growing sales and consumer tastes that are becoming more daring, experts say.
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.
Asian names are well established on the fashion catwalks in America, and a new wave of Asian designers already accomplished at home hopes to follow suit at New York Fashion Week.
BoF founder and editor-in-chief Imran Amed looks back at the Autumn/Winter 2014 season.
NEW YORK, United States – "You've got to worry about yourself and what's right for you," says Michael Kors.
To the dissonant soundtrack of Jessica Lange reciting the words to the song “Happy Days Are Here Again,” models came out in clothing that clearly referenced the futuristic styles of the 1960s. But as is the case with Jacobs, he took that grain of an idea and made it into something uniquely his own, writes Jessica Michault.
Faithful to its chosen boho style, with peasant tops and skirts, chunky oversized sweaters and full legged trousers, Kors’ collection was filled with foundation pieces that women can depend on long past a single winter season, writes Jessica Michault.
Kate and Laura Mulleavy of Rodarte brought ’70s charm to their Autumn/Winter 2014 collection, one of their most commercially viable in recent seasons, says Jessica Michault.