Today, BoF can exclusively reveal that London designer Gareth Pugh has partnered with Los Angeles leather and accessories label Chrome Hearts, owned by Richard and Laurie Lynn Stark, to produce a 14-piece collection.
A career in fashion is a more visible and viable option than ever before. As a result, interest in fashion education is booming and a range of institutions, from design colleges to business schools, are seizing the opportunity.
LONDON, United Kingdom — Burberry Group Plc, the U.K.’s largest luxury-goods maker, said its first-half sales exceeded 1 billion pounds ($1.6 billion) for the first time as online revenue advanced.
As the Christmas season approaches, millions of Westerners will flock to charity shops to donate their second-hand clothes. But the multi-billion dollar global market for used clothing is not what it seems, posing difficult questions for those hoping to do good by donating, argues Tansy Hoskins.
Finnish upstart The Left Shoe Company is bringing new 3D scanning technology to the old school business of made-to-measure shoes. BoF investigates.
LONDON, United Kingdom — Permira Advisers LLP, the London- based private-equity firm that owns clothing brand Hugo Boss, is in advanced talks to buy iconic British punk-boot maker Dr. Martens, said a person with knowledge of the negotiations.