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Balmain For Sale

The late Chairman and majority owner of Balmain, Alain Hiveline died in December of 2014 and now his heirs with the remaining minority share of 30% have decided to sale the French luxury fashion house, according to French financial newspaper… 83 more words

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How to Fix the Fashion System | Opinion | BoF

Great read about the state of the fashion world today from The Business of Fashion .

With designers departing historic houses and the rise of digital creating a culture of more, more, more, BoF editor at large Tim Blanks joins designer Erdem Moralioglu, blogger Susanna Lau, publicist Daniel Marks and editor JJ Martin to discuss the problems facing the industry and how to fix them. 9 more words


Online findings #001

World Wide Web spots you can’t miss.

In my daily online strolls I tend to get lost in a matter of minutes. I diligently open one tab, I check my email, a few minutes in facebook and then, ten minutes later, I find myself dealing with an average of fifteen new tabs opened in various websites and blogs. 840 more words


The see-now-buy-now model could ruin indie designers

Last week Tom Ford and Burberry made huge announcements that might change the fashion industry forever. If that sounds dramatic, it’s because it is. These mega-brands are rejecting the traditional show system in favour of a see-now-buy-now model. 953 more words


"How to fix the fashion system" by Business of Fashion

Fixing the system…

Once again, having the ultimate goal of making money is a one-way road to failure in the long term. I mean if you want to cash out as quickly as you came into the industry then having money as your motive is probably the answer. 111 more words


Is advertising slowly killing the creative freedom of fashion magazines?

Last week I stood in front of the fashion magazines in a news agency for long enough to draw a little suspicion from behind the counter. 481 more words

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'Coach House' Flagship on Fifth Avenue

This year marks the 75th-anniversary of Coach Inc. The New York-based luxury handbag maker leased a space about 23,400 square feet at Manhattan’s 685 Fifth Ave–the world’s most expensive shopping street–that will house its three-level flagship store expected to open this fall. 229 more words

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