The schedule, which CFDA released in an official capacity with IMG for the first time, includes a lineup of stalwarts as well as young designers.
As the US sinks into further turmoil over the death of another black man by the hands of the police, the Brother Vellies owner is asking the fashion industry to do more to combat systemic racism.
Brands must look for creative, cost-efficient and sensitive ways to communicate during this difficult time.
This week, Kering hires its first chief diversity and inclusion officer, while Victoria Beckham Limited announces Paolo Riva’s successor.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s large-scale, Gucci-backed show on Camp may be pushing the inherently subcultural sensibility closer to extinction, argues Eugene Rabkin.
This week, everyone will be talking about Virgil Abloh's first drop for Louis Vuitton, slower growth at Kering and H&M's Moschino collaboration. Read our BoF Professional Cheat Sheet.
The show's absurdist commentary on the senseless speed of fashion was fun, but take a step back and the joke is wearing thin at the brand.
For many fashion commentators, the irony of designers like Jeremy Scott, Demna Gvasalia and Virgil Abloh feels fresh, but we’ve been here before, observes Eugene Rabkin.
The Italian fashion and luxury group’s profits grew 144 percent in the first nine months of 2017. BoF uncovers the secrets to its success.
More and more designers are elevating the ordinary emblems of mass consumerism to extraordinary heights — or at least pasting them onto t-shirts.
Brands are cashing in on millennial parents whose Gucci- and Yeezy-clad toddlers are generating thousands of likes on Instagram.
A tough girl mix of teenage dreams gave way to a floral finale, but the clothes tended towards costume more so than the designer's recent, sportier shows.