As fine jewellery continues to move in a more fashion-focused, trend-based direction, fledgling brands face fresh challenges.
The global market for jewellery is set to reach $364 billion by 2022. Where does the opportunity lie for investors?
In today's News Bites, why Bally has collaborated with Swizz Beats, while Miroslava Duma has appointed Diego Della Valle, Alexandre Arnault and Gabriela Hearst to the Fashion Tech Lab advisory board.
BoF identifies the multi-brand boutiques making waves in markets far beyond the world’s fashion capitals.
From Cos to Céline to Chopard, brands are doubling down on statement earrings in exaggerated sizes and mismatched colours to tap a new generation of consumers.
Last night, Paris fêted the BoF 500, the definitive list of the people shaping the global fashion industry, supported by principal partner QIC Global Real Estate with additional support from The Woolmark Company.
Style blogger-turned-lifestyle guru Chiara Ferragni is relaunching her website to reflect the multi-pronged, multi-million dollar business she has developed over the past seven years.
Luxury body jewellery is piquing the interest of consumers and global retailers alike.
"Ten years after founding Black Frame – the ever-expanding hive of creativity that represents the varied likes of Rodarte, Opening Ceremony, Meadham
The market for fine jewellery, worth $263 billion last year, remains largely unbranded. But the branding revolution that transformed fashion may soon be coming to fine jewellery.
Korean multi-brand concept store Tom Greyhound has just opened its first international outpost in the Marais quarter of Paris. BoF investigates.
Comme des Garçons has quietly grown a global multi-brand fashion business that now generates $220 million in revenue per year. BoF talks to Adrian Joffe — president of Comme des Garçons International and retail guru behind Dover Street Market — about tending the precious root of creativity from which the company's unconventional collections and business strategies both derive.