Business-side executives are becoming brand ambassadors, sometimes surpassing their creative counterparts in public profile.
Luxury brands from Cartier to Louis Vuitton can’t get enough of London’s high-end retail corridors. Why and for how long?
Ermenegildo Zegna Group paid a hefty sum to acquire 85 percent of the American fashion label, but the price tag comes with new opportunities and synergies for the Italian company.
The Italian company Ermenegildo Zegna Group has acquired 85 percent of the business at a $500 million valuation. Browne is the sole other shareholder.
The New York-based brand is betting on an assist from the sporting world to help fuel growth.
A slew of wholesale-dependent brands are eager to shift their sales strategies towards direct retail — but it’s not easy.
Alexander Wang is the latest designer to take on a broader business role, becoming chief executive and chairman of his namesake brand.
The BoF community gathered in New York to hear forward thinkers inside and outside fashion discuss the challenges — and opportunities — facing the industry.
BoF compiles the most important professional moves of the week.
Designer Alexander Wang and president Rodrigo Bazan tell BoF why the label has moved a significant portion of its production from Asia to Europe.
It’s been more than 10 years since the most famous of fashion competitions was born, but what role does ‘the Fund’ play in today’s fashion landscape? BoF gets an exclusive, inside look at the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund.
Over the last ten years, Alexander Wang has built a fashion empire with a brand architecture that defies the conventions of traditional luxury strategy. What's his plan for the next decade of his own label?