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Speaking at BoF VOICES, the founder of the Bangladesh Centre for Worker Solidarity outlines her campaign to establish fairer, safer working conditions across the garment industry.
Dazed Media founder Jefferson Hack and investor Adrian Cheng are teaming up with the multi-platform streetwear player to launch in the world’s largest luxury market.
Men are showing a growing interest in meditation, yoga and supplements.
E-commerce players are leaning heavily on exclusive collections from buzzy brands in the fight for customers — but the cost for emerging labels to play the game can be high.
The petition carried the hashtag #HereForJingyao, with signatories including Chinese students at foreign universities as well as in China.
In a deeply personal presentation at BoF VOICES, the entrepreneur behind two successful Silicon Valley ventures shares her lessons from the “double bind” of navigating her industry as a woman.
Both LVMH and Kering stand to benefit from their donations to save Notre-Dame, though a political backdrop of populism has raised the risk of a backlash.
The global market for secondhand apparel is on track to exceed the size of fast fashion retail in the next decade. Neiman Marcus’ new stake in luxury resale site Fashionphile shows how brands, retailers and resale platforms can work together to tackle this opportunity.
Labels that used to be available only at the local mall are changing their distribution models in order to build a direct, and hopefully more profitable, relationship with the consumer. But it’s a tricky move to pull off.