LONDON, United Kingdom — This week, BoF investigates whether shopping online is actually better for the environment than going to a store. As well, a look at how the growing skiwear market is attracting fashion and luxury players, and we speak to the L Capital-backed Australian heritage brand, R.M. Williams, about its plans for global expansion. Elsewhere, Carine Roitfeld's CR Fashion Book has partnered with Hearst and award-winning New York label Suno has quietly shuttered.
Roitfeld’s CR Fashion Book has inked a new digital partnership with Hearst and enlisted PubWorX to execute print production and distribution.
The heritage Australian bootmaker, backed by LVMH private equity arm L Capital Asia, is expanding its global retail footprint, but can its measured strategy prevent another accessible luxury brand from becoming a victim of its own success?
The award-winning New York-based label will not ship its spring collection.
The editor-in-chief of The New York Times style magazine is leaving after four years at the helm.
While online heavyweights are quick to boast about the environmental impact of e-commerce, this holiday shopping season millions of eco-conscious consumers face a largely unanswered question.
How luxury brands and retailers are tapping the increasingly fashionable skiwear market.
Consumer data can help retailers uncover sizeable new opportunities in China’s luxury market, says David Zhao of Shangpin.com.
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