News & Analysis
1 November 2019
1 November 2019 • By Chantal Fernandez
2 October 2019
One of the world’s biggest luxury brands is paying for its cultural insensitivity — and trying to change.
18 September 2019
18 September 2019
16 September 2019
16 September 2019 • By Laure Guilbault
21 August 2019
The New York Times
Since exiting her namesake label in 2013, the former designer — part of the original 'Antwerp Six' — has turned her attention to a new creative medium: ceramics.
30 July 2019
The designer Kerby Jean-Raymond is extending his relationship with Reebok and announcing a new platform for innovative, fashion-forward projects that the sports brand will hopefully bring more relevance to its product offering.
16 July 2019
16 July 2019 • By Lauren Sherman
BoF China Prize
4 July 2019
30 June 2019
30 June 2019 • By Laure Guilbault
These Designers Want to Fight Climate Change. Just Don't Call Them 'Sustainable'
How Vogue’s New Go-to Photographer Broke Into the Business
The Dark Side of Depop
How To Engineer a Media Moment
Hiding ‘Likes’ Is Good for the Influencer Economy
How Stone Island Found Its Luxury/Streetwear Sweet Spot
Why ‘Masstige’ Could Be Beauty’s Most Important Category
Richemont's Fashion Business: A Health Check
Announcing Marc Jacobs, Kenzo and Emilio Pucci
America Still Doesn't Have Its Answer to LVMH
Careers Counsel | Why It’s Not Always Bad to Compare Your Career to Others
The Best Jobs on BoF Careers
Nike to Stop Selling Products on Amazon Site
Luxury Giants Play Both Sides in the US-China Trade War
Upbeat Results Prompt a Relief Rally in the SLI
Burberry Teams With Chinese Internet Giant Tencent as Sales Fall in Hong Kong
Gold Lacks Appeal for Young Chinese Luxury Shoppers
Attention Luxury Companies, Chinese Spending May Be Slowing Down
Are There Too Many Beauty Brands?