Speaking in conversation with BoF Editor-at-Large Tim Blanks, Dior’s menswear artistic director discusses everything from extra-terrestrial life to ancient Egypt and, of course, his philosophy as a designer.
The dip comes at a time of uncertainty for shoe sellers, given the potential of increased import tariffs on goods coming from China that could take effect next month.
The Fenty business model may not be truly revolutionary, but it does take new ideas further than other brands have been willing to go.
While Kering moved to ban all models under 18, some of the biggest fashion companies haven’t followed suit.
Sophisticated counterfeits and a culture of hassle-free returns have created an expensive problem for retailers.
This week, Celine Chief Executive Séverine Merle has been named president of France’s men’s fashion chamber, while two veterans of Burberry’s board step down.
The clothing retailer said on Thursday it would split its current dual role of chief executive and chairman, leaving Pablo Isla leading the company as chairman and appointing COO Carlos Crespo as the new CEO.
As part of a dramatic reshuffling under Hearst President Troy Young, Esquire Editor-in-Chief Jay Fielden is leaving after three years in the position.
Dubbed ‘Weapon,’ the collection manages a tricky balance between functional and chic with hyper-female silhouettes, shaped for the artist herself.
LVMH won’t be participating in a new climate initiative spearheaded by rival Kering–the latest example of the challenge the industry faces in setting common goals to tackle major systemic issues.