News & Analysis
18 September 2018
18 September 2018 • By Reuters
12 September 2018
12 September 2018 • By Kristina Ezhova
Letter from the Editor
30 April 2018
All around us there are signs of the growing influence of ordinary people. Now, anyone, anywhere can attract a following, promote a brand, build a business — and effect change. How are you going to use yours?
30 April 2018
The three-and-a-half-foot activist for inclusion makes a powerful case for why, in the age of internet-powered influence, it no longer makes financial sense for fashion brands to only cater to the bell curve of society.
Case Study: Decoding Gucci's Merchandising Success
Demna Gvasalia’s Exit From Vetements Marks the End of a Fashion Cycle
Contemplating Evolution at Burberry
H&M to Test Selling External Brands in Strategy Shift
Inside (Another) Remaking of Jil Sander
Can Roller Coasters and a Bunny Garden Lure Shoppers Back to the Mall?
How I Became… Director of Men’s and Womenswear Buying at Browns
British Fashion Exploits, Celebrates and Fetishises the Working Class
Versace, Fendi and Gucci Have Something to Prove at Milan Fashion Week
High-Low Collaborations Democratised Fashion. But What Did They Do For the Designers?
Instagram Does Matter in China. Here's How Brands Can Use It.
French Connection Expects Sale to Conclude by Year-End
Report: J.C. Penney to Prep for Debt Talks Ahead of Holiday Season
Power Moves | Benefit Cosmetics Appoints CEO, StockX Hires CMO
Announcing Allbirds, ME+EM, TKEES and Couverture & The Garbstore
At Bottega Veneta, Tough Clothes for Hard Times
How I Became… Carla Sozzani
Can Vetements Survive Without Demna?
Carlyle Weighs Sale of Shoe Brand Golden Goose
Matty Bovan's Happy Pills
Jonathan Anderson's Arabian Nights
Jil Sander’s Walk on the Wild Side
Three London Labels Stick to Their Guns
Fashion East: Slimmer in Scale, Steady in Spirit