Osman Yousefzada journeys to post-colonial Bangladesh to meet the workers who make our clothes.
There was a spirit of resistance in his bricolage.
This week, Balmain announces Massimo Piombini’s successor, while Kering appoints a group executive to the helm of Brioni.
The gritty quarter of Soho has attracted a flood of fashion brands targeting young streetwear-savvy consumers.
With ambitions to one day equal Milan’s prestigious Design Week, the city’s largest fashion tradeshow is expanding its offering and experimenting with new tactics to deepen the relationship between itself, its brands and its buyers.
Oliviero Toscani is returning to the Italian brand, once known for its controversial politically progressive advertisements, amidst a wider cultural climate of increased polarization and activism.
Once the toast of fashion and now a nostalgic touchpoint for Millennials, the cult brand is relaunching today in London.
Luca Benini’s ability to imbue products with cultural meaning has made Slam Jam — a diverse enterprise that includes distribution for Stüssy, Carhartt WIP and Nike — a powerful force in streetwear.
German PR guru Karla Otto tells Tim Blanks about her early days representing Jean Paul Gaultier and Jil Sander, and the state of fashion communications today.
Check out this week’s new partners and openings on BoF Careers, the global marketplace for fashion talent.
Italian retailer OVS has announced that designer Jean Paul Gaultier will do a capsule collection that will be in stores in November.
"On Monday morning, iconic designer Elio Fiorucci was found dead in his home in Milan — the city where he launched his eponymous label in 1967, and