As designer Samuel Ross prepares his luxury streetwear brand for its next stage of growth, he’s sharpening and humanizing his approach.
This week, Vogue International named a new editor-in-chief, while Chanel confirmed two top creative appointments following the death of Karl Lagerfeld.
The Farfetch executive has been named chairman of the British Fashion Council, succeeding Net-a-Porter founder Natalie Massenet.
With a shortage of big names on the catwalk this year, organisers said the event was returning to how it was originally envisioned — as a platform for young British talent.
Check out this week’s new partners and openings on BoF Careers, the global marketplace for fashion talent.
Clients, advertisers and publishers are facing the biggest ‘Content’ opportunity there’s ever been — but they need to act fast, as the consumer is running out the door, argues Dylan Jones, editor-in-chief of GQ Style.
BoF compiles the most important professional moves of the week.
"The British Fashion Council has strengthened its executive board with three new appointments."
Teatum Jones is the winner of the 2015/16 International Woolmark Prize for Womenswear
The precision and outré strands that dominate London's fashion story were on display at Day One of LC:M — including a standout collection from Grace Wales Bonner.
BoF reveals the regional finalists for the 2015/16 International Woolmark Prize.