15 April 2020
BoF Team and McKinsey & Company
24 March 2020
28 November 2019
This week, the head of Kering’s jewellery and watches division exits, while Asos appoints its first ever chief growth officer.
10 October 2019
Casey Hall and Zoe Suen
Ready-to-Wear Spring 2020
3 October 2019
21 September 2019
Francesco Risso's show was a riot of beauty informed by his experience in the Amazon. The message it sent was that luxury can be redefined for the revolution.
16 June 2019
This collection came across as a commercially astute proposal from the designer, who already proved himself a master of prints. Now we get that he’s also a pretty mean tailor.
24 February 2019
Risso struck some perverse chords in his new collection, but the invitation to abandon didn’t quite work and the clothes seemed oddly literal.
Menswear - Autumn 2019
14 January 2019
24 September 2018
Francesco Risso’s work for the Italian brand has so far been a protean proposal, glorying the great unfinished, but there was more discipline, in his latest designs.
COS: From ‘High Street Céline’ to Stagnation
The Off-Price War Heats Up
How to Reach Customers Who Still Don't Like Shopping for Clothes Online
How the Wholesale Crisis Could Benefit Independent Fashion Brands
Luxury Brands Found a Solution for Their Inventory Glut. But Will It Backfire?
How and When Brands Should Say 'I’m Sorry’
Did Digital Couture Week Work?
Where Does Burberry Go From Here?
Why Black Beauty Supply Stores Usually Don't Have Black Owners
How Big Can the Mask Market Really Get?
Hellfire and Humility: How the Pandemic Changed Rick Owens
Levi Strauss Warns of Weak Sales Growth in Second Half of 2020
Ted Baker Faces Investor Revolt Over Executive Pay
Amazon Tests Primary Healthcare Programme for Employees
Brunello Cucinelli Expects Sales to Fall 10 Percent in 2020 as it Writes Down $34 Million in Excess Inventory
#BoFLIVE: An Exclusive Conversation with Neiman Marcus CEO Geoffroy van Raemdonck
Miuccia Prada on Her Final Collection Before Raf Simons Officially Enters the Fold