Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Hermès and others say they'll stage live runway shows this autumn. But France’s sharp uptick in coronavirus cases could jeopardise organisers’ vision for a fashion week that mixes live-streaming and in-person events.
Major luxury houses are moving ahead with plans for live fashion shows in September despite coronavirus uncertainty.
Even after physical shows return, many in the industry expect the use of digital communication tools will permanently shift the schedule, cadence and strategy of runway shows. Which platforms will emerge dominant?
The Covid-19 epidemic is upending fashion weeks around the world.
As of now, the shows will continue, with many brands expected to offer face masks.
Major French luxury brands like Chanel, Hermès and Louis Vuitton are spending millions of euros on facilities in their home country to burnish their brands, secure unique know-how, enable greater speed-to-market and benefit from government incentives.
In this episode of our behind-the-scenes documentary on the BoF China prize, our winner presents her collection at the Ritz during Paris’ iconic Haute Couture week — while facing visa issues and the world media.
This week, Kering hires its first chief diversity and inclusion officer, while Victoria Beckham Limited announces Paolo Riva’s successor.
With scrutiny on fashion’s environmental impact mounting, the excess of major fashion weeks is increasingly at odds with the public commitments of major brands to operate more sustainably.
The promising young designer, who won BoF’s inaugural prize in March, was fêted by industry insiders in the midst of Couture Week.
BoF’s new Education Council of global fashion industry experts offer their advice to prospective students.
The unveiling of Karl Lagerfeld’s final Chanel collection and Lanvin’s return to the Paris runways are among the most highly anticipated events of the week.