Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons' debut as co-creative directors was well received, but digital impressions were down from a year ago, according to one estimate.
As traditional media continues to buckle under the pandemic, writers and media personalities are leveraging their own followings by launching subscription newsletters and podcasts.
While the Democratic nomination is still very much up for grabs, industry insiders are already showing public support for their favourite presidential candidates — and sometimes even taking things a step further.
Maurizio Cattelan’s duct-taped banana drove the kind of buzz that brands dream about. What can fashion labels learn?
This week, Stitch Fix taps its president from Bain & Company, while Topshop’s CEO of two years steps down.
Known for his work transforming Teen Vogue, the editor is taking a break from media amid ongoing financial challenges at LGBTQIA+ parent company Pride Media.
Following Trump's appearance at the opening of a new Louis Vuitton factory in Texas, the house’s women’s artistic director took to Instagram to condemn the US president.
Rising demand for LGBTQIA+ models is being driven by marketing as much as by social responsibility. But whatever the motives, greater visibility can help fight marginalisation.
The designer Kerby Jean-Raymond took BoF and founder Imran Amed to task on social media this week, criticising what he saw as the publication’s shallow approach to inclusivity. His comments found support among a diverse group of fashion insiders.
At a Sunday morning symposium, Sinead Burke, Jillian Mercado, Dapper Dan, Chika Oranika and Phillip Picardi broke down how the fashion industry can become more inclusive on gender, race and ability.
Becca McCharen-Tran’s is an industry insider with an outsider’s point of view. As she celebrates 10 years in fashion, the founder and designer is doubling down on her independent position in the industry.
The protests against Stephen Ross have so far targeted Equinox and SoulCycle — but the billionaire’s reach also extends into the upper echelons of the American fashion industry.