The two iconic fashion brands are shifting their strategies in the face of setbacks. Will it be enough?
This week, Mark Sebba has been appointed as an independent board member and advisor to Eloquii, and J.Crew's Jenna Lyons is exiting the company after 26 years with the company.
In today's News Bites, Hanya Yanagihara is named editor of T: The New York Times Magazine while Stuart Emmrich will leave the paper's Styles section, and Gucci will show its Cruise collection at Florence's Pitti Palace.
Designers seem fixated on whether or not to dress Melania Trump, but the fashion industry should pay more attention to the protectionist trade policies espoused by her husband, the President-elect.
The editor-in-chief of The New York Times style magazine is leaving after four years at the helm.
Alexander Fury has been named chief fashion correspondent at T: The New York Times Style Magazine, the newspaper’s fashion and culture supplement.
Last week, BoF editor-at-large Tim Blanks was awarded an Honorary Doctorate from the Academy of Art University. His first lesson: approach every interaction with passion, curiosity and joy.
While commercial success among fashion magazines is uneven, supplements are a steady oasis of profitability. How are they doing it?
Between Tommy Hilfiger's shift to direct-to-consumer shows and Kanye West's music-infused fashion spectacle for Yeezy 3, it's clear that the tectonics of the fashion system are shifting.
Vanessa Friedman, the longtime fashion editor of The Financial Times, has joined The New York Times as fashion director and chief fashion critic.
"T: The New York Times Style magazine has a new online director — Jesse Ashlock… Ashlock joins Monday from Condé Nast's Details, where he was the
Celebrated art director Patrick Li sat down with BoF to talk about his personal journey from a UC Berkeley student obsessed with music and architecture to the top of New York’s fashion media world.