Reactions to public claims of sexual misconduct within fashion have shifted dramatically over the past decade, but critics question how much the industry has really changed. As part of our series reflecting on the 2010s, BoF takes stock.
The Business of Fashion is proud to unveil the sixth annual BoF 500: the people shaping the global fashion industry in 2018.
More than fifty models spoke to the paper's investigative team about a pattern of mistreatment in the modeling industry perpetrated by photographers and stylists, and enabled by agents.
This week, British Vogue is under investigation for its unpaid 'work placement' programme, while North and South Korea's joint Olympics uniforms are scrutinised.
One year after James Scully issued a plea to end the ‘cruel and sadistic’ abuse of fashion models, LVMH’s Antoine Arnault joined the casting director to discuss the enforcement of a landmark charter to protect models on stage at #BoFVOICES. Watch now.
Nomad, Rocha's Miami-based agency, is set to open a Los Angeles office in 2018.
While Terry Richardson has become the poster child for fashion’s sexual harassment problem, photographers, editors, stylists, casting directors and others are known to routinely engage in misconduct in an industry where power dynamics disadvantage young women.
Marketers are following consumers online, but digital advertising presents a host of problems for fashion brands.