Some argue that, in their role as gatekeepers, fashion’s powerful public relations agencies keep doors closed for people of colour. What are they doing to rethink their practices?
The heartbeat of the industry returns to work on Monday — but at what cost?
As clients cut budgets, the public relations firms that serve them are considering everything from reduced fees, salary cuts and layoffs to pivoting services and joining forces in order to stay afloat.
Twelve of the industry's biggest public relations authorities speak to BoF about the shifts upending the fashion communications business.
Pierre Rougier went from studying political science to working in PR for Hermès, Yohji Yamamoto and Margiela before launching his own agency. How did he do it?
LONDON, United Kingdom — Though they may have been slow off the mark — and indeed much slower than many of their clients might have liked — it is