3 June 2021
Fashion’s sustainability problem will not be solved by consumers or companies. It’s time for government legislation and regulation, argues Maxine Bédat.
20 May 2021
Jonathan D. Cohen
18 May 2021
11 May 2021
John S. Thorbeck
27 April 2021
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22 January 2021
22 December 2020
12 November 2020
For some white influencers and entertainers, appearing as Black or racially ambiguous has become a brand-building exercise. At what cost?
3 November 2020
Why Fast Fashion Still Has Gen-Z’s Heart
The Manicure Gets a Makeover
LVMH’s Tiffany Is on the Right Track
A Big Sky at Alexander McQueen
Re-Invention: How Fashion’s Megabrands Will Adapt to Post-Pandemic Customer Behaviour
Is Fashion Ready to Put Its Supply Chain on the Blockchain?
The Race to Create Zero-Waste Jeans
How Twentyfourseven Is Reinventing the Showroom
Can Brands Make Billboards Go Viral?
A Tale of Two DTC Brands: Why Some Soar and Others Crash
Saks Off Fifth Boosts Minimum Hourly Wage to $15
Introducing ‘The BoF Show with Imran Amed’ Streaming on Bloomberg Quicktake
Power Moves | Asos Chief Executive Steps Down, Tiffany Names New CMO
BoF Live: Why Fashion Needs Chief Brand Officers
Here’s Who Is Hiring in Marketing
Italian Cosmetics Group Intercos to Launch IPO in October
Why Are There So Many Basquiat Fashion Collaborations?
Fashion Week Istanbul: A Creative State of Mind
Manfred Thierry Mugler: Fashion’s Original Radical
Entireworld to Shut Down
Reliance Brands Acquires 40% Stake in Indian Luxury Label Manish Malhotra