Tommy Hilfiger Runs Out of Gas

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Tommy Hilfiger Runs Out of Gas

New York Times21 hours ago
MILAN — Milan Fashion Week ended much as it began: with a spectacle pitched as an alternative to the traditional show — one better suited, in theory, to the immediate gratification demands of these Instagram-centric times. The driver of the change: Tommy Hilfiger, who for the last three seasons has taken …

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Why Russia Loves Counterfeit Fashion

The Business of FashionFeb. 22, 2018
Products were “made even harder to come by as non-communist media was censored and Russians were fed a diet of anti-capitalist propaganda,” says Alec Leach, Highsnobiety’s fashion editor, in the publication’s new documentary titled “Counterfeit Culture Moscow” — the second in an ongoing series on …

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‘Dad Style’ Is Now in Fashion. Yes, Even the Jeans

Wall Street JournalFeb. 22, 2018
The brand’s spring 2018 fashion show, held last June in the verdant Bois de Boulogne park in Paris, featured a parade of models in oversize color-striped windbreakers, pale jeans similar to those that made Barack Obama dad-in-chief and bloated running shoes in the style of podiatrist-approved Asics.

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Why Gucci Decided to Support Gun Control

The Business of FashionFeb. 25, 2018
MILAN, Italy — The mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida last week, in which 17 people were killed, has ratcheted up the debate over gun control in the United States. Survivors and students across the country are campaigning for legislative reform and preparing to march in …

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Playing It Safe Amid the Protests

New York TimesFeb. 25, 2018
You’d think Italian fashion would be right in there. It’s one of the points of the job, after all: to hold a mirror up to the moment and reflect it in a material way — although when it does, there’s always a host of offended parties accusing fashion of trivializing the serious and demanding that it get back into its lane.

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Chanel Strikes Farfetch Deal to Augment Boutiques

The Business of FashionFeb. 18, 2018
PARIS, France — Chanel has inked a strategic partnership with fashion “unicorn” Farfetch, but the French luxury house still has no plans to sell its ready-to-wear and handbags online. The company is no stranger to digital marketing and sells its eyewear, fragrance and beauty products online, but has long …

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Milan’s Wacky, Wonderful Fashion Week Closes on Quiet Note

U.S. News & World Report21 hours ago
Gucci’s Alessandro Michele’s message reverberated well beyond fashion world’s epicenter when on Day 1, he sent out two models carrying replicas of their own heads through a pristine operating room backdrop. And the fashion crowd was awestruck on the penultimate day when Dolce & Gabbana …

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New York Fashion Week’s Got the Blues

The Business of FashionFeb. 14, 2018
NEW YORK, United States — New York Fashion Week ostensibly began and ended on the floor of the American Stock Exchange Building. It felt like a sign, and perhaps one of impending doom. Just days before Bottega Veneta staged its boom-era dinner party within the historic building’s walls, the Dow …

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The State of Fashion 2018: Unpacking the Report

The Business of FashionFeb. 21, 2018
LONDON, United Kingdom — BoF Professional members are invited to watch an exclusive deep dive into BoF and McKinsey’s State of Fashion 2018 report with co-authors Imran Amed, founder and chief executive of BoF, and Achim Berg, senior partner at McKinsey & Company. The State of Fashion …

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Why mean girls are the least of fashion’s problems

Financial TimesFeb. 23, 2018
Few people in fashion actually throw shoes at their assistants — but we’re still behaving badly. If you are a subscriber and would like to receive alerts when Jo’s articles are published, just click the button “add to myFT”, which appears at the top of this page beside the author’s name. Not a subscriber? Follow …

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