LONDON, United Kingdom — This week, we examined the shuffles within Condé Nast made by its recently appointed chief business officer Jim Norton. Across the Atlantic, Alexandra Shulman revealed she would be standing down as as editor-in-chief of British Vogue. Her announcement follows a slew of new editors at the publication's international editions. We also explore the business behind the cheap and accessible 'dupes' of cult beauty products.
Newly installed chief business officer Jim Norton makes sweeping changes to the company's business side as rumours swirl that the Condé Nast business is being readied for a sale.
Alexandra Shulman's departure from British Vogue comes after new appointments at several international editions of the magazine, will the brand reboot the brand for today’s media reality?
Can LA’s manufacturing base transcend denim and t-shirts and become a genuine hub for high-end production in Donald Trump’s protectionist America?
A new breed of beauty brands is taking a page from fast fashion, winning business by offering cheap and accessible 'dupes' of it-products.
Automation is set to transform the business of fashion, from design to production to marketing.
As more countries lift visa restrictions, increasingly adventurous Chinese travellers are turning their gaze to off-the-radar destinations like Morocco, Peru and Tonga.
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