Festivities in South Korea’s fashion capital drew to a close on April 27 after organisers put on their second fully digital season.
South Korea’s capital city won’t be hosting any physical shows for Autumn/Winter 2021 after the country reported an uptick in Covid-19 cases.
This week, everyone will be talking about worsening shipping and manufacturing delays, the launch of BoF’s Sustainability Index and Seoul Fashion Week.
As Shanghai Fashion Week returns to business as usual, organisers and retailers in Tokyo and Seoul are turning their focus to homegrown talent.
BoF is keeping tabs on the cancellations and closures sweeping the industry as brands, retailers and event producers grapple with how to manage the Covid-19 pandemic.
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The news was announced after the number of cases in the country neared 1,000.
This week, everyone will be talking about online retailer Asos' latest results and fashion weeks in Shanghai, Seoul and Tokyo. Get your BoF Professional Cheat Sheet.
This week, everyone will be talking about Sephora's first beauty convention, a potential Sears bankruptcy and runway shows in Shanghai, Seoul and Tokyo. Read our BoF Professional Cheat Sheet.
Seoul Fashion Week kicked off on Monday but the city’s retail market is suffering because of a showdown with China, domestic instability and a new anti-graft law.
They may work behind the scenes, but these talent spotters, agents and educators are essential to making the fashion machine tick. Meet the 15 catalysts who are new to the #BoF500 this year.
With a strong manufacturing base, government funding and a globe-conquering pop culture, Seoul Fashion Week wants to become a destination for international buyers. But it won’t be easy.