News & Analysis
5 April 2019
12 February 2018
After a seven-year hiatus, right-hand man Nathan Jenden returned to DVF with plenty of lightness, but the collection's predictability was disappointing.
Ready-to-Wear - Autumn 2017
13 February 2017
In Saunders’ capable hands, DVF’s optimism and energy looked more seductive — and timely — than ever.
3 November 2016
3 November 2016 • By Bloomberg
Ready-to-Wear Spring 2017
11 September 2016
Jonathan Saunders’ first collection as creative director of DVF could be the beginning of a textbook rejuvenation of one of New York’s favourite fashion legacies.
Week in Review
19 February 2016
Ready-to-Wear - Autumn 2016
16 February 2016
Presented at her Meatpacking District HQ, DVF showed 1970s tropes with updated proportions.
2 November 2015
6 May 2015
Rebecca May Johnson
6 May 2015 • By Rebecca May Johnson
Drunk Elephant Got the Big Fancy Exit. Now What?
Coronavirus Is Disrupting Fashion's Global Supply Chain. Here's What Brands Can Do.
Why Tommy Hilfiger Is Still Standing
Can Fashion’s New Activists Make Sustainability Sexy?
Jony Ive’s Advice to Designers and Executives
The Other Cost of the Coronavirus
Glossier Presses Pause on ‘Play,’ Rethinks Makeup Strategy
Giantism at Burberry
One Year After Karl, Where Do Chanel and Fendi Go From Here?
The BoF Podcast: The Rise of the Resale Economy
In London, an Antidote to Insta-Bait
Simone Rocha’s Saintly Secret
Adidas, Puma Warn Of Coronavirus Hit to China Business
Michael Avenatti Found Guilty
Boticario Eyes Cosmetics Acquisitions at Home and Abroad
How Daniel Lee Reinvented Bottega Veneta
The Best Jobs on BoF Careers
The Rise of Gender-Inclusive Beauty
What Being a Fashion Photographer Really Costs