This week, Barneys loses its creative director, Ralph Lauren has hired two new senior executives and Reiss has named Christos Angelides as CEO.
Former Next executive Christos Angelides will succeed the retailer’s 73-year-old founder David Reiss.
Britain's retailers might just be rejoicing as much as Kate and Wills about the birth of a new baby princess.
More mainstream retailers are selling clothes in a wide range of sizes, but plus-size fashion remains an under-serviced sector with huge opportunities for growth, says Tamara Sender of market research firm Mintel.
Andy Rogers was convinced he was going to become a painter. Instead, a mix of gumption and luck led him to work for a series of luxury and fashion houses, whose identities he helped to define with his unerring creative vision. Here, the branding guru tells BoF how a camp Welsh farmer, Stella McCartney and the rise of the Internet paved the way to his current position as brand director of British sportswear legend Fred Perry.