LONDON, United Kingdom — This week, as Dior celebrates its 70th anniversary, BoF gained exclusive access to the new archive conceived to sustain the meaning and might of the multi-billion dollar brand. Elsewhere, we spoke to the industry's most sought-after hairdresser, Guido Palau, about staying calm during fashion week, as well as meeting the top six MA graduates from Central Saint Martins. Also, a look at how Hermès might be moving away from the core strategy that made it so successful.
As Dior celebrates its 70th anniversary, BoF gains exclusive access to a new archive conceived to sustain the meaning — and might — of the multi-billion-dollar brand.
Hermès appears to be moving away from the core strategy that made it special — and wildly successful.
Fashion's most sought-after hairdresser opens up to BoF about his creative process and staying calm amidst the storm of New York Fashion Week.
India’s ‘third gender’ community and transgender women are finding work and a welcome from the nation’s fashion industry.
BoF spotlights the six most promising graduate designers presenting their collections today at Central Saint Martins' MA runway show.
Marc Jacobs, Burberry, Dolce & Gabbana and others have cleaned up their brand architecture, unifying multiple sub-labels under a single name — with uncertain results.
A turn away from the liberalism that has underpinned political and economic policy in the US and Europe for over 50 years has serious consequences for the global fashion industry.
In a rough retail environment, shoes and handbags benefit from higher margins and fewer discounts. BoF quizzed independent shoe and handbag designers at New York Fashion Week to understand what’s working.