Whether or not brands keep doing business in Russia is largely being driven by logistical challenges rather than moral commitments.
Omicron has thrown a wrench in Fashion Month, leaving brands to weigh their options for handling an increasingly familiar conundrum.
The global fashion capitals are missing out on more than $600 million as runway shows go digital, hotels sit empty and nightclubs, restaurants and stores remain shut for the second season in a row.
This week, Alasdhair Willis exited the British heritage brand, while LOVE appointed Pierre A. M’Pelé, aka Pam Boy, as its senior editor.
BoF breaks down the emergency loans, grants and other measures designed to support small businesses suffering from the impact of coronavirus in key fashion markets.
BoF breaks down the need-to-know insights that emerged from what turned out to be a week filled with drama and surprise.
Working with brands including Armani, Gucci and Fendi, Italian fashion’s governing body has drafted a manifesto creating 'tangible and enforceable solutions' to drive inclusivity, diversity and equality forward. BoF meets Carlo Capasa, Mygrants founder Chris Richmond Nzi, Carlotta Sami from UNHCR, and model and activist Lea T to hear more.
With scrutiny on fashion’s environmental impact mounting, the excess of major fashion weeks is increasingly at odds with the public commitments of major brands to operate more sustainably.
In today's News Bites, Italy launches a celebration of its ethical and sustainable manufacturing industry, and a sign that Tiffany needs to chart a new path forward.
Carlo Capasa said that Italian luxury imports to the United States are currently taxed at an average rate of 20 percent.
The heads of the world's four major fashion weeks discuss the way fashion brands create and communicate clothing around the shifting needs and expectations of today's consumer.
Reality is back, bringing designer fashion closer to the real world, reports Angelo Flaccavento from the Milan men's shows.