LONDON, United Kingdom — This week, BoF took a look at what President Trump's Adjusted Border Tax means for fashion, and examined the troubles facing Yoox Net-a-Porter. Also, we spoke to Rag & Bone's Marcus Wainwright about why it's not impossible to build a billion-dollar brand, while elsewhere designer Simone Rocha discusses her strategy and New York store.
In the face of so-called ‘America First’ policies curbing immigration and free trade, fashion executives are grappling with the implications of taking a public stance — or saying nothing at all.
Is Yoox Net-a-Porter still the optimal solution for either brands or consumers? We fear not.
Now Rag & Bone’s sole chief executive, Marcus Wainwright speaks to BoF about leading the brand through a time of great change and why it’s not impossible to build another billion-dollar brand.
The proposed reforms could cripple any American fashion brand reliant upon importing goods and services from abroad.
The company is revamping its iconic Chuck Taylor All Star again — this time for Generation Z.
The future of second-tier fashion weeks like Copenhagen and Stockholm hinges on consolidation, specialisation and innovation.
The only young London-based designer to open stores on both sides of the Atlantic speaks exclusively to BoF about the business strategy behind her success.