As Shanghai Fashion Week returns to business as usual, organisers and retailers in Tokyo and Seoul are turning their focus to homegrown talent.
This autumn, labels from Michael Kors to Comme des Garçons to Raf Simons are presenting collections in October in what’s shaping up to be something like a second fashion month. Will it stick post-pandemic?
Theme-less outings that emphasised technique over narrative scored on the fifth day of Paris Fashion Week, reports Angelo Flaccavento.
Chairman and CEO Remo Ruffini shares with BoF how he built a company culture flexible enough to consistently reinvent itself — and ambitious enough to reimagine industry operating models for the digital age.
The luxury outerwear brand’s innovative marketing model relies on a constant rotation of buzzy talent. BoF spotlights potential future candidates.
A crop of platform-like brand incubators, from New Guards Group and Tomorrow to Dover Street Market Paris, are spinning up new fashion labels for a hype cycle that’s moving faster and faster.
After a fashion month punctuated with true fashion moments, BoF's editors pick the top ten shows of the season.
Sustainability and 70s Parisian chic loomed over a week punctuated by genuine fashion moments at Dries Van Noten, Rick Owens and Balenciaga.
Kei Ninomiya offered a highly poetic take on the subject of sustainability. Elsewhere, Haider Ackermann delivered a mature outing.
Speaking in conversation with Imran Amed, the chief executive of Moncler discusses the outerwear brand's game-changing Genius strategy and why the company now feels more like a start-up.
Noir Kei Ninomiya and Haider Ackermann proved that extreme romanticism is not at odds with punk’s abrasive spirit.
In a rare interview on the eve of his Autumn 2019 show, the designer speaks to BoF about his sharp, romantic and complex work, and his place in the Comme des Garçons family.