2 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.
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.
28 August 2018
28 August 2018 • By BoF Team
17 July 2018
The New York-based brand is betting on an assist from the sporting world to help fuel growth.
6 March 2018
It was one of Browne’s most striking collections yet, melding the aching glamour of the greatest fashion photographs of the 1940s and 50s with his own obsessions.
21 January 2018
The designer was driven by a pragmatic impulse, delivering a collection that was both accessible and conceptual.
News & Analysis
13 November 2017
13 November 2017 • By Lauren Sherman
The Billionaire Who Backed Michael Kors Is Investing in Influencer Arielle Charnas
Why Japanese Millennials Are Buying Used Makeup
How Fashion Brands Predict the Future
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BoF Forges Partnership with the Financial Times
Losing Hong Kong: A Catastrophe for Luxury Retail
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How Benefit Defied Makeup's Decline
Gucci and Saint Laurent Face Uphill Battle to Get Green
J.C. Penney Logs Disappointing Sales But CEO Says Change Is Coming
Cosmetics Heir Jane Lauder Joins World’s 500 Richest People
Pandora's Restructuring Efforts Show Small Signs of Recovery
Estee Lauder Forecasts a Robust Fiscal 2020 After Beating Estimates
Zalando to Deliver Orders for Adidas French Website
Amazon Opens Its Largest Campus Worldwide, in India