Kering Sales Outperform On Strong Luxury Demand From China

    Growth led by North American and Asia-Pacific markets as luxury goods resist slowdown.

    I-d 02.07.19

    New York’s Moma Is Closing To Diversify The Art Canon

    Tired of an art world that only celebrates old white men? Honestly, same.

    LA TIMES 02.05.19

    Calvin Klein’s Raf Simons Hire Was Supposed To be a game-changer. Here’s why it wasn’t

    When the Calvin Klein fashion house announced in 2016 it was hiring the Belgian designer Raf Simons, formerly of Jil Sander and Dior, to take over its womenswear and menswear collections, the news was immediately heralded as an industry game-changer. Vogue, calling Simons, then age 48, “a designer’s designer,” predicted his presence on the New York Fashion Week calendar would make a “more thrilling” season.

    HIGHSNOBIETY 02.01.19

    Louis Vuitton & Dior Boost LVMH to Record-Breaking $53.4 Billion Sales Revenue in 201

    Luxury fashion conglomerate LVMH has bested its record-breaking sales in 2017 with even better results in 2018.

    FASHIONISTA 01.29.19

    What Is The Future Of The 'Fashion Editor' As A Career?

    Working your way up the masthead in the magazine business was once a clear career path, but now things are a little more murky.

    I-D 01.24.19

    The 9 Life Lessons From Men’s Fashion You Need To Follow In 2019

    From KonMari-ing your streetwear to walking less and travelating more, these are the messages of self-improvement stitched into autumn/winter 19 menswear.

    VOGUE UK 01.21.19

    Is 2019 The Year Men's Make-Up Goes Mainstream?

    Now that Chanel, Tom Ford and Marc Jacobs have unveiled beauty collections specifically for the male customer, make-up designed for men is no longer niche.

    The New York Times 01.18.19

    Rihanna & LVMH Make a Deal And, Possibly, History

    The pop culture phenomenon and the luxury group are teaming up, and it’s about a lot more than fashion.

    VOGUE 01.15.19

    Why The Magic Of Couture Spells Big Business For Brands In 2019

    As Olivier Rousteing prepares to bring Balmain back to the couture calendar for the first time in 17 years, Vogue explores why the invitation-only world of haute couture spells big business for designers in 2019.

    NY TIMES 01.11.19

    On Instagram, Who’s Who When It Comes To Followers

    Who do the people other people follow, follow? That was the question put to a few of those influencers during the 35th edition of the giant men’s wear trade show Pitti Uomo, which drew 1,230 brands and nearly 25,000 visitors here over four days this week.

    FINANCIAL TIMES 01.07.19

    London Menswear AW19 Has Begun. But Does It Still Matter?

    Charles Jeffrey Loverboy, Art School and Edward Crutchley are proof of London’s design talent. So why not give them a better platform — with the women?

    HYPEBEAST 12.20.18

    Top Ten Fashion Brands Of 2018

    The best brands of 2018 pushed the boundaries of product design, collaborations and global presence.

    I-D 12.18.18

    The Biggest Fashion Moments Of 2018

    From the Golden Globes blackout to Pope Riri stirring us into a devotional fervour at the Met Gala, to Virgil at LV and a few scandals thrown in too, here's what's worth remembering.

    GQ 12.14.18

    Gosha Rubchinskiy’s Allegedly Inappropriate Casting Spotlights The Fashion Industry’s Messy Morals

    The incident requires us to ask some uncomfortable questions about how a modern brand operates.

    HIGHSNOBIETY 12.04.18

    Here’s What You Absolutely Can’t Miss at Art Basel Miami Beach & Art Week 2018

    Every year, Art Basel Miami Beach takes over the 305 with art and design exhibits, panels, and parties. Miami Beach has become the Swiss-born expo’s most raucous edition thanks to the celebrities in attendance, the money thrown at artworks, and the over-the-top parties at practically every hotel and yacht in the metropolitan area.

    FASHIONISTA 11.30.18

    Prada Will Return To New York City To Show Its Resort Collection

    The Italian fashion house's resort runway show will take place in the U.S. for a second time next year.

    VOGUE 11.28.18

    What Kering’s Termination Of Its Yoox Net-A-Porter Deal Means For Online Shopping

    Kering is ending its joint venture with Yoox and taking e-commerce for brands within its stable, including Alexander McQueen, Saint Laurent, Balenciaga and Bottega Veneta, in-house.

    BBC 11.26.18

    Does Fashion Have A Cultural Appropriation Problem?

    Gigi Hadid in dreads for Marc Jacobs, Gucci models in Sikh-style turbans, Victoria's Secret angels in Native American headdresses.

    BBC 11.21.18

    Meme Fashion: Changing Our Clothes And Breaking The Internet

    Brands and products that went viral or became internet memes have not only become talking points this year, they've also seen an increase in sales.

    FINANCIAL TIMES 11.20.18

    The Rise And Rise Of The Ultra-Influencer

    Think the Kardashians have had their day? Think again. They’re still the most powerful women in fashion.

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