LONDON, United Kingdom — This week, we examined how the British government's Brexit strategy will impact the fashion industry. Elsewhere, a look at the innovative retailers pushing boundaries in South Korea and how marijuana could be luxury's next big opportunity. Also, Tim Blanks sits down with Miuccia Prada to discuss her brand's new advertising strategy.
After six months of uncertainty, BoF examines the challenges facing fashion as the UK government carves out a Brexit strategy.
As Prada unveils an ambitious new advertising strategy, Miuccia Prada tells Tim Blanks about the thought process behind her company's new public identity.
As support for federal legalisation of marijuana in the US grows, so too are efforts to transform cannabis — and the accessories associated with it — into a high-end product.
Brands should see the current slowdown in Chinese spending as a passing mood and look to emerging third- and fourth-tier cities for growth.
South Korean retail has long been dominated by a web of conservative conglomerates called chaebols — but a few innovative retailers are pushing the boundaries of product, positioning and price.
Vejas, the Toronto label helmed by 20-year-old wunderkind Vejas Kruszewski, saw revenue growth of 700 percent last year. Now the LVMH Special Prize winner must scale in a sustainable way.