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13 October 2017
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12 February 2017 • By BoF Team
3 January 2017
Brands should see the current slowdown in Chinese spending as a passing mood and look to emerging third- and fourth-tier cities for growth.
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3 December 2016 • By Chantal Fernandez
18 August 2016
The China Edit
23 February 2016
23 February 2016 • By Kate Abnett
24 January 2016
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Queennie Yang and Tianwei Zhang
Drunk Elephant Got the Big Fancy Exit. Now What?
Why Tommy Hilfiger Is Still Standing
The Biggest Challenges Facing New Brands and How to Tackle Them
The Verdict on New York Fashion Week
Jony Ive’s Advice to Designers and Executives
Can Fashion’s New Activists Make Sustainability Sexy?
The Other Cost of the Coronavirus
The ‘Alpha Female' Look is Big in China. Brands Take Note.
Coronavirus Is Disrupting Fashion's Global Supply Chain. Here's What Brands Can Do.
8 Key Takeaways From New York Fashion Week
In London, an Antidote to Insta-Bait
Michael Avenatti Found Guilty
Boticario Eyes Cosmetics Acquisitions at Home and Abroad
Simone Rocha’s Saintly Secret
Michael Kors Broods on Longevity
Esquire Taught Its Readers 'How to Be a Man.' But That's Never Been a Harder Question to Answer.
One Year After Karl, Where Do Chanel and Fendi Go From Here?
Adidas, Puma Warn Of Coronavirus Hit to China Business
Giantism at Burberry
The Rise of Gender-Inclusive Beauty