20 June 2019
This week Tapestry adds two new members to its group of executives, while i-D hires its new global fashion editor.
Menswear - Spring 2020
7 June 2019
With his latest men’s show for the Kering-owned brand, artistic director Anthony Vaccarello made decisive progress in laying out a menswear vision distinct from his predecessor Hedi Slimane.
2 June 2019
News & Analysis
13 May 2019
13 May 2019 • By Bloomberg
25 April 2019
Laure Guilbault and Lauren Sherman
25 April 2019 • By Laure Guilbault and Lauren Sherman
20 March 2019
9 March 2019
9 March 2019 • By BoF Team
27 February 2019
The exaggeration that underpins Anthony Vaccarello's work loaned the collection an uncompromising extravagance. And the whole finale – fluoro and black light – was a delirious distillation of pure form.
26 February 2019
26 February 2019 • By BoF Team
13 February 2019
Why LVMH Struck a Deal with Stella McCartney
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A Rare Look Inside Zara
CEOs, Not Designers, Are Fashion’s New Stars
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How to Make a Splash in a Crowded Pool of Swimwear Brands
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Burberry Staked Its Future on Riccardo Tisci's Designs. We'll Soon Learn if That Was a Smart Move.
The Verdict on Riccardo Tisci’s Burberry
How to Use Drops in the Instagram Age
Levi's Shares Fall to Record Low
Influencers Seek Wall Street's Help to Manage Newfound Wealth
Op-Ed | Finding a Cheap Omega Watch Has Just Got a Lot Harder
The FT Names Jo Ellison Editor of ‘How to Spend It’
Walmart Chile to Resume Talks With Union Amid Strike
Hong Kong Retailers Forecast Sharp Sales Drop as Protests Rock City
US Property Trust Challenges Arcadia's Restructuring Plan
Why Muji Is Struggling
None of Your Business with Chaos
Sports Direct Slumps as Retailer Delays Results on Auditing
Quads Are the New Biceps: Why Fashion Went Long on Short Shorts