BoF 500

The people shaping the global fashion industry

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Carlos Jereissati Filho

President & Chief Executive, Iguatemi Group

executives

As the head of Brazil’s pre-eminent luxury mall operator, he enticed brands like Burberry and Tiffany to expand in the country.

Costanza Pascolato

Fashion Consultant & Critic

catalysts

The Italian-born businesswoman and fashion consultant is renowned in Brazil for developing the country’s fashion media.

Daniela Falcão

Managing Director, Edições Globo Condé Nast

media

She trained as a newspaper journalist before being tapped to bring a more feminine angle to Vogue Brasil.

Erika Palomino

Former Editor-in-Chief, L'Officiel Brasil

media

The Brazilian journalist and consultant has spent nearly two decades reporting on fashion and has a sizeable social media following.

Fernando Jorge

Designer, Fernando Jorge

designers

The Brazilian designer studied at Central Saint Martins and has become known for his sensual, laid-back jewellery, stocked globally.

Flavio Rocha

Chief Executive, Riachuelo

retailers

He is rapidly expanding his family's label by tapping the growing affordable segment of the Brazilian market.

Francisco Costa

Former Creative Director Womenswear, Calvin Klein

designers

Having trained with Oscar de la Renta, he revived classic American label Calvin Klein with muted palettes and restrained silhouettes but has since moved to the beauty space with his own skincare line.

Giovanni Bianco

Art Director & Founder, GB65

creative-class

The Italian creative director has collaborated with brands like Zegna, Ferragamo and Miu Miu on brand communications.

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