Fashion publishers have long relied on cultural cachet and perks to lure talent, even as salaries dwindled. But as magazines restrict sponsored content opportunities and pull back on travel, recruiting top talent has become harder than ever.
This week, Lindsay Peoples Wagner returns to New York Magazine’s The Cut, while Tiffany gets an executive shakeup following the completion of its acquisition by LVMH.
Porodina, whose painterly images have caught the attention of Louis Vuitton and Carolina Herrera, on her unorthodox route into the industry.
New York magazine’s women’s vertical has succeeded because it's been able to take risks. Will it be given that same freedom within a new, supercharged organisation?
Giant audience numbers won’t save American magazines from obsolescence, but being excellent just might give a few choice titles a chance at long-term survival.
This week, Romain Guinier joins The Kooples as CEO following its acquisition, while Tapestry taps a VF Corp executive for the role of chief operating officer.
This week, Vogue Italia appoints Ferdinando Verderi creative director, while Hearst UK names Ann-Marie Curtis’ replacement.
E-commerce isn't just digital media's buzzword du jour, it's replacing 'pivot to video' as the thing publishers are most obsessed with. But how to make it work?
With newly promoted editor-in-chief and president Stella Bugbee at the helm and a fresh site design, New York magazine’s women’s vertical cements its transformation from fashion blog to feminist media brand.
Stella Bugbee has been promoted to president and editor-in-chief of New York Magazine's The Cut, while Farfetch names John Veichmanis as its new chief marketing officer.
The multi-million dollar business of street style has hit saturation point. BoF talks to the photographers, editors, designers and influencers who make the market on how they are evolving their strategies.
How are new currents in marketing impacting the relationship between fashion media and its readers?