Brands are nudging consumers away from the comfy clothing that they purchased at the onset of the pandemic. But stretchy fabrics and elastic waistbands aren't going anywhere.
Supreme’s partnership with private equity giant Carlyle is symbolic of streetwear’s high growth potential. BoF identifies the top acquisition targets in the space.
How a former barrister rebooted a struggling business that began by selling boxer shorts to the British Empire with a focus on simplicity, an inspired retail strategy and the design eye of J.W. Anderson.
The designer's show felt light and poetic: another small step forward in her ongoing mediation on what contemporary classicism should be.
Amongst the wash of neutral hued cotton and cashmere basics, Howell layered gardening aprons and bright citrus-y scarves, providing welcome fashion weight to her sober wardrobe.
The designer's latest collection was an iteration of her label's strong codes, with the addition of metallic bows on shrunken cardigans and slight hints of sensuality.
There is a surprising volume of mannish, no-nonsense looks on the LFW runways this season.
In another chapter in Margaret Howell’s story, blazers and trousers got shorter and boxier.
Kate Spade founders Kate Valentine and Andy Spade talk to BoF about their decision to launch new accessories line Frances Valentine, what’s different this time around and the dynamics of a 30-year-long personal and professional partnership.
Chris Moore, runway photographer and founder of Catwalking.com, says that running a photography business "requires a strong team of people and a clear idea of what picture editors need."
Check out this week’s new partners and openings on BoF Careers, the global marketplace for fashion talent.
A number of independent fashion magazines are leading a so-called ‘print renaissance’ in an increasingly digital world. How are they making it work?