23 June 2020
News & Analysis
13 February 2020
Michael Sebastian, editor-in-chief of the Hearst-owned American men’s magazine is grappling with how to honour the brand’s heritage while appealing to a modern audience.
15 November 2019
This Is America
1 July 2019
2 May 2019
2 May 2019 • By Rachel Deeley
27 March 2019
25 March 2019
25 March 2019 • By Chantal Fernandez
28 February 2019
This week, Vogue International named a new editor-in-chief, while Chanel confirmed two top creative appointments following the death of Karl Lagerfeld.
3 October 2018
The magazine’s inaugural issue features the star of the upcoming Freddie Mercury biopic and a column by one of the 'Queer Eye' TV personalities. How controversial will the LGBTQ references be for men in markets that still criminalise homosexuality?
2 August 2018
This week, Micaela Le Divelec Lemmi is named Salvatore Ferragamo's new chief executive, while Louise Trotter exits her role as creative director of Joseph.
How to Compete With CeraVe and The Ordinary
Luxury's Coronavirus Recovery: Who's Ahead and Who’s Behind?
For Luxury Brands, the Latest Battle Is for Local Customers
What Fashion Can Learn From the Wild Success of McDonald’s Travis Scott Collab
This Is How Black Friday Works in a Pandemic
What Makes a Mall Work in 2020
At Celine, Hedi Slimane’s ‘Portrait of a Generation’
How to Build Wholesale Relationships Without Getting Squeezed
Is This the End of Fashion’s Creative ‘Mafia’?
Can ‘New Bottega’ Balance Hype, Heritage and Rapid Growth?
LVMH and Tiffany Renegotiating $16 Billion Deal Price
Hut Group Raises Revenue Guidance in Debut Trading Update
Power Moves | Tapestry Names CEO, Shakeup at Levi Strauss
Cushnie Shutters, Citing Covid-19 Economic Challenges
US Businesses Splurge on Insurance to Protect Against Post-Election Chaos
How to Build a Sustainable Fashion Brand – Tracking and Traceability
#BoFLIVE: The 2020 US Presidential Election