BoF compiles the most important professional moves of the week.
Anna Wintour: beneath the bob (Telegraph) “Straight-backed, un-upholstered, and cast of tempered steel – the chair from which Anna Wintour commands American Vogue looks every bit as uncompromising as its owner’s reputation. Yet once sat upon, Wintour’s editor’s chair proves a revelation: it’s rather comfortable.” Emerald miner Gemfields buys Fabergé (FT) “Fabergé, the luxury
In Part I, we examined how New York-based streetwear company Supreme became a global cult brand with its own myths, iconography and belief systems. Today, we explore the creative and commercial philosophies that underpin Supreme’s lasting success, courtesy of our friends at 032c. NEW YORK, United States — The mythology behind legendary New York streetwear brand Supreme is so potent, it’s easy to imagine founder James Jebbia as a
In a two part series, courtesy of our friends at 032c, BoF takes you inside notoriously press shy, New York-based streetwear brand Supreme. Today, in Part I, we examine how Supreme — the Chanel of downtown streetwear —became a global cult brand with its own myths, iconography and belief systems. NEW YORK, United States — When the controversial young rapper Tyler, The Creator won the award for Best New Artist at the 2011 MTV Video