The Creative Class
11 October 2019
24 September 2018
19 September 2018
In a world that’s tiring of fashion photography that prizes artifice, shuns diversity and exploits sexuality, Alexi Lubomirski, who famously shot Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding pictures, is after something more authentic, ethical, thoughtful.
9 December 2017
Jorinde Croese and Olya Kuryshchuk
Fashion critic Cathy Horyn talks about navigating emerging designers, new media and nostalgia, courtesy of 1 Granary.
22 November 2017
The legendary Italian lensman speaks to BoF about the poetry of his work, the power of the primitive photographic process and the importance of slowness.
6 October 2017
10 May 2017
17 February 2017
17 February 2017 • By Chantal Fernandez
30 November 2016
Above all, the photographer draws on his inner fantasy life to conjure the circus of marching bands, jugglers, elephants, cheerleaders, Labradors and all-American male demigods that populate his work.
27 October 2016
Authentic Brands Group Bids $271 Million For Barneys, Plans to Close All 7 Stores
Rimowa Turned Luggage Into a Status Symbol. Can It Sell Fashion?
Unpacking LVMH’s Donald Trump Moment
The Big Problems with Fast Fashion
Ganni’s Guerrilla Approach to Global Growth
How to Handle a Customer Service Crisis
How Adidas Plans to Cash In on Old Clothes
How to Make Activewear Without Killing the Planet
The Business of Casting Queer Models
Can the Champs Élysées Reinvent Itself?
London’s Young Designers Face Brexit
Deal or No Deal: What the Latest Brexit Developments Mean for Fashion
UK Retail Sales Growth Softens as Department Stores Disappoint
Sustainability Finally Takes Centre Stage in Shanghai
Dior Apologises to China Over Map Excluding Taiwan
California Bans Fur Products
New Louis Vuitton Handbags to Boast ‘Made in the USA’ Tags