In the third quarter, Gucci underperformed LVMH’s fashion and leather goods division as well as Kering stablemates like Saint Laurent, underscoring the growing importance of local customers in the age of Covid-19.
This week, Malika Savell will lead diversity initiatives at Prada North America, while Daniela Falcão is stepping down as managing director of Edições Globo Condé Nast.
The Covid-19 crisis has made going it alone even harder for high-potential young labels. Brand platforms offer cash and critical operational support.
Worried about his socially conservative agenda but desperate for his promise to usher in economic reform, industry leaders feel torn as the far-right military man Jair Bolsonaro becomes president of Brazil.
Alexandra Shulman's departure from British Vogue comes after new appointments at several international editions of the magazine, presenting a unique opportunity for Condé Nast to reboot the brand for today’s media reality.
This week, Lorraine Candy joined The Sunday Times as luxury content director and editor in chief of Style, and Condé Nast announced the retirement of chairman Chuck Townsend.
In the run-up to the Rio Olympics, magazines across the world are featuring athletes in a fusion of fashion and sport. Meaningful tribute or superficial spotlight?
How a fashion outsider became one of the most powerful women in Brazilian fashion.
BoF compiles the most important professional moves of the week.
Answers to our Pop Quiz, which covers Manolo Blahnik, Alexander Wang, Fashion Week Australia, and more.
Latin America's powerhouse has made great strides forward but lost the mouth-watering economic momentum of the boom years. Now, to unlock more of Brazil's potential, global fashion brands are trekking to the very margins of the map. Market GPS is sponsored by Marvin Traub Associates.
Following an "identity crisis" that saw designers sitting out the shows, or showing collections lacking in creativity, São Paulo Fashion Week is on the upswing.