Christmas has come early for brands and retailers that use the festive tradition to boost brand awareness and drive customer acquisition ahead of the Holiday season.
The department store known for its mock Tudor facade and decadent panelled interiors is selling ready-to-wear under its own label, part of a plan to take its brand worldwide.
This week, Liberty appoints its first chief marketing officer, while J.C. Penney continues its streak of executive hires with a new chief financial officer.
Fashionability, uniqueness and affordable price points are driving a new wave of ‘demi-fine’ jewellery brands.
BoF compiles the most important professional moves of the week.
Ariana Milton, vice president of US Sales at Liberty Art Fabrics, says there is always an administrative side to any creative role and one cannot flourish without the other.
There is no kind way to obtain fur and more people should be aware of the horrors that animals endure for fashion, argues Elisa Allen of PETA.
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