Consumers will reallocate wallet share across fashion categories as pent-up demand for newness intersects with more social freedoms. Companies should prepare for this shift by honing data-driven product development and adjusting their inventory mix.
Check out this week’s new partners and openings on BoF Careers, the global marketplace for fashion talent.
This week, the platform raised an $85 million ‘pre-IPO’ round on the back of a fast-growing luxury e-commerce market and significant steps towards realising its ‘Spotify for fashion’ vision.
The online fashion platform is gearing up for an IPO with an $85 million funding round and ambitions to become the Spotify of fashion.
From CGI artists to virtual showroom designers, BoF spotlights six careers that are going to remain popular far beyond the pandemic.
BoF talked with executives and experts about how companies can motivate their workforces during this difficult and uncertain time.
As the traditional bridal industry loses touch with Millennials, newcomers are reaping the rewards.
Matching a great product to a big market can only happen through continual experimentation, iteration and incorporation of customer feedback.
There is no set template for the ‘right’ company culture. Each company needs to define its own culture in line with its business strategy and values. But how can companies maintain and develop culture as they scale?
This week, Ulta is one Amazon's main competitors in the beauty space, while stores could be tracking customers with facial recognition technology.
The world’s largest luxury group is finally focused on digital. Does it need to think bigger?
Fashion platform Lyst has forged a strategic partnership with the world’s largest luxury conglomerate as the e-commerce market heats up.