Local luxury retailers are poised to succeed post-pandemic. Two industry veterans share their strategies.
More than ever, brands are relying on local retailers to supplant the downfall of major chains. How are these entrepreneurs navigating the era of Covid-19?
In recent weeks, three different groups of designers and retailers have proposed shifts to the industry’s product delivery and discounting calendars in a bid to create healthier, more profitable businesses. Can they pull it off?
The designer, whose passing was announced on Saturday morning, is remembered for his independence, compassion and creative genius.
The 2008 financial crisis put many local American retailers out of business, but the survivors are now stronger than ever.
In a world where many brick-and-mortar stores are struggling, the ability to curate a buy for the quirks of local taste has given some independent retailers rare power.
Monique Lhuillier is the latest designer to align with the Paris haute couture schedule.
"The fashion world, that is. Don’t believe it? Tag along to Paris and watch the seas part for Chicago’s imperious force of couture."
They had buzz, great stockists and industry support. What went wrong? Alexa Adams and Flora Gill speak exclusively to BoF about why it was time to close their nine-year-old business.
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Less than six months after launch, new American label Baja East's "loose luxury" styles, rooted in comfort and travel, are striking a chord with influential buyers and customers alike. BoF reports.
"The owner of just one boutique in the Midwest, Goldman is nonetheless a commanding presence in New York and Paris. At runway shows, she is often