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25 November 2019
25 November 2019 • By Bloomberg
7 October 2019
If the collection was ridiculously pretty, it was also pretty ridiculous.
11 July 2019
Menswear - Spring 2020
22 June 2019
Seriously sculptural and twistedly silly shapes can be quite some fun. The heavy play on the gender codes, however, is wearing a little thin.
Ready-to-Wear - Autumn 2019
4 March 2019
As an anniversary, today's show did not signal tremendous progress, but it had depth and the level of execution was almost couture-like.
14 February 2019
This week, Moda Operandi taps Kristina Salen for chief financial officer, while Revlon hires its first female chief executive.
21 January 2019
The designer's ingenuity was spectacular, but curiously chilly.
1 October 2018
Once the WTF had died down, you were left with a sense of sadness: so much exquisite work lost in what was possibly a heavily ironic takedown of the show's Hyannis Port-inflected inspiration.
31 August 2018
28 August 2018
28 August 2018 • By BoF Team
Raf Simons Is Joining Prada. What Does it Mean for the Italian Megabrand?
Outdoor Voices CEO Tyler Haney Steps Down As Losses Mount
Glossier Presses Pause on ‘Play,’ Rethinks Makeup Strategy
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What Being a Fashion Photographer Really Costs
How Daniel Lee Reinvented Bottega Veneta
Victoria's Secret's New Owner Has a History With Troubled Brands
Paris Fashion Designers Address Coronavirus Concerns
How to Make Your Brand Cool
Luxury Braces for $43 Billion in Losses as Coronavirus Panic Goes Global
Seoul Fashion Week Cancelled Due to Coronavirus Spread
Signs of Life at Lanvin
The Verdict on Milan Fashion Week
Victoria's Secret: Bargain of the Century?
L'Oréal's Online Makeup Sales Rose in China in February
A New Wonderland at Marni
Pleasure and Pain at Fendi
Hermès Starts to See Return to Normal in China
How to Launch a Successful Podcast in a Saturated Market
The Church of Gucci