LONDON, United Kingdom — This week, BoF investigates whether online-only brands need brick-and-mortar stores to grow. Also, we decode what Theresa May's Brexit speech means for the fashion industry. Elsewhere, Vice co-president Andrew Creighton lays out the company's fashion strategy and new vice president of sales at InStyle Kevin Martinez reveals the thinking behind the latest round of layoffs at Time Inc.
While mall staples are shuttering stores, a slew of digital brands are rushing the other way, seeing new value in physical retail.
British prime minister Theresa May delivered her plan for a ‘truly global Britain’ but the impact of Brexit on the fashion industry remains far from clear.
Following a series of fashion acquisitions, Vice co-president Andrew Creighton lays out the company’s plans to win over fashion and luxury advertisers.
Newly promoted vice president of sales at InStyle, Kevin Martinez, and group president of sales, Karen Kovacs, outline the publisher’s big-picture fashion strategy as it reorganises advertising teams.
Patagonia CEO Rose Marcario explains the company's environmentally-responsible business model as it wins an award at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Once a novel and relatively inexpensive way to engage consumers, pop-up stores are now more ubiquitous than ever.
Luxury brands must reimagine their retail experiences, pivoting away from larger, standardised stores to something more authentic and varied, argues Luca Solca.