11 September 2017
17 November 2016
Celebrating 35 years in business, Carolina Herrera has quietly outpaced many of her contemporaries, building a globally recognised brand that is projected to generate $1.2 billion in retail sales in 2016. She says her secret is consistency — and persistent curiosity.
22 May 2016
With rigour and consistency, the designer has grown his independent business to a turnover of €90 million in 2015, up more than 50 percent from the year before.
2 November 2015
1 June 2015
BoF sits down with Tomas Maier to discuss the designer’s professional trajectory, Bottega Veneta and his expansion plans for his namesake label.
2 March 2015
4 February 2015
6 January 2015
6 January 2015 • By Robin Mellery-Pratt
28 November 2014
28 November 2014 • By Andrew Glenn
25 November 2014
What’s a Store For?
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How High Can Fashion Prices Go?
How Peloton Got Its Riders Hooked on Its Apparel
How Russia’s Richest Woman Made Her Fortune in Fashion
Inside Ganni’s Modern Approach to Old-School Retail
Luxury’s Post-Pandemic Future
LVMH’s Fashion Sales Surge, Setting High Bar for Rivals
10 Retail Archetypes for the Post-Pandemic Era
The Retail Workforce of the Future
German Fashion E-Tailer About You Cracks €1 Billion in Revenue
US Companies and Executives Unite for Voting Rights
The New Model for Building DTC Brands
Africa’s Luxury Consumers Lean on Personal Shoppers During Pandemic
After A Deal That Wasn’t, Bally Tries To Get Back on Track
The Next Generation of Watch Buyers
Bottega Veneta Debuts ‘Salon 02′ Collection in Berlin
Chanel, Prada Among 100 Most ‘Reputable’ Companies, According to New Report
What Does the Beautycounter Acquisition Mean For Its Future?