The industry pays tribute to the much-loved designer, whose death was announced on Sunday.
The designer is plotting his growth plans carefully after a summer of industry accolades, A-list celebrity dressing and spiking interest in Black designers.
What comes next is anyone’s guess — but companies that rely on the short-form video app should be prepared for disruption.
This week, renowned journalist Robin Givhan expands her role at The Washington Post, while Bastien Renard joined Rihanna's LVMH-owned Fenty brand as its new managing director.
Fashion commentary is thriving online in the form of memes, Tweets, Instagram story slideshows, lengthy videos and even 15-second TikTok clips. This season’s purely digital fashion shows could propel their popularity further.
BoF Editor-at-Large Tim Blanks, The Washington Post’s fashion critic Robin Givhan and GQ’s Rachel Tashjian explore the past, present and the future of the event that makes the industry go round — the fashion show.
BoF's editor-at-large travels back to a runway that left him misty-eyed. Ford may have claimed he’d blocked out his Saint Laurent years, but he also acknowledged some of his best collections were there. And this was his best.
Who are fashion shows for? As the industry embarks on the greatest reset in its history, top critics discuss the value of a runway show — and what the platform could look like post-pandemic.
Despite efforts made to adapt real-life runway shows and collection presentations for the Men’s, Resort and Couture 2020-2021 season, many failed to have the same impact on brands’ marketing reach.
In the 2010s, the publications covering fashion — regardless of whether they were chasing clicks or subscriptions — found that success wasn't so straightforward anymore.
Brands are being held directly accountable for their actions to a degree that would have been unthinkable even a decade ago.
The rise of radical inclusivity has turned a nuanced debate on cultural appropriation into a series of trials by social media. There must be a better way, says Suleman Anaya.