The internet was supposed to have killed print fashion media years ago, and yet the market for high-concept biannuals and quarterlies is more crowded than ever.
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This week, Chris Wallace has been named US editor of the men's e-commerce site, while company veteran Zion Armstrong was appointed president of North America at Adidas.
The independent style title — whose covers are more likely to feature authors than fashion models — is growing its club, which meets for sponsored events ranging from architectural tours to cards nights.
A number of independent fashion magazines are leading a so-called ‘print renaissance’ in an increasingly digital world. How are they making it work?
The Gentlewoman is known for its mix of glamour, pragmatism, modernity and warmth. BoF sits down with Penny Martin to discuss her role as editor-in-chief, the magazine’s DNA, and why the future is not about social media.