Instagram influencers aren’t the only ones posting throwback content. Lockdown measures are prompting brands like Louis Vuitton, Saint Laurent and Versace to revisit their archives.
Founders Humberto Leon and Carol Lim will remain co-creative directors of the brand and the stores will close in 2020.
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 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.
Carine Roitfeld, Tommy Hilfiger, Alexi Lubomirski, Bella and Gigi Hadid and other leaders from around the world celebrated the #BoF500 during New York Fashion Week.
The magazine’s president and chief revenue officer say controversial longtime owner Peter Brant is out, and a new cost-conscious era is in. But can Interview rid itself of its baggage?
The editor-in-chief and chief business officer Chris Mitchell tell BoF about the magazine’s approach to fashion and style ahead of Jones’s first trip to the European shows.
With a collection rippling with new ideas, it's safe to say that Trump has positively mobilised the pair for the better.
That young women photographers like Harley Weir, Petra Collins and Coco Capitán are being grouped together — prompting debate over the emergence of a new “female gaze” — is simultaneously positive and unnerving.
It is the diverse talents of creatives that bring fashion to life. Meet the 12 photographers, casting directors and stylists who are new to the #BoF500 this year.
Screenshot from David David fashion film | Source: David David