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Pop-Up Power: Why Short-Term Stores Are Set To Thrive

Stand by for a wave of new generation pop-ups this autumn. The Covid-19 crisis has fuelled a rethink about their role — and landlords are desperate for any kind of tenant.


Pop-Up Power: Why Short-Term Stores Are Set To Thrive


Hugo Boss To Adopt Mobile Working Model Post-Covid

Hugo Boss has announced it will only ask employees to work from the office from Tuesdays to Thursdays even after the Covid-19 crisis.


Milan Claims First Digital Fashion Week A Success

Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana has reported that its first Milan Digital Fashion Week, which took place from July 14-17 was a success, as the new platform generated more than 300,000 views.


Can Fashion Survive A Second Wave Of Covid-19?

Even when stores stay open, apparel sales have declined faster in areas where new lockdown restrictions have been enacted.


TikTok launches 200 million dollar 'Creator Fund'

TikTok has launched a 200 million dollar Creator Fund to support the video social media platform’s creator community.


LVMH Revenue Down 38% In The Second Quarter

The luxury conglomerate's profit from recurring operations was $1.96 billion in the first six months of the year, falling below analysts expectations.

VOGUE 03.12.20

The 10 Most Important Trends of the Fall 2020 Season

How can anyone think about a dress when a virus is spreading and people are being quarantined around the world, trading all manner of freedoms for loafing around in pajamas instead? “The hardest part is to keep calm in the eye of the storm,” said Marine Serre, a designer who has found boundless inspiration in the darkness of this world, backstage at her fall 2020 show.

DAZED 03.10.20

What Andy Warhol was really like, by the people who knew him best

From never taking his wig off to being far from asexual, the artist’s nephews, friends, and colleagues share their memories of ‘the real Andy’


VOGUE 03.09.20

Meet The Founder Who Went From High-Flying Finance To Sustainable Fashion

“Aggressive”, “testosterone-fuelled”, “intimidating” – all have been deployed to describe the atmosphere on the trading floor at the world’s major banks. For Vanessa Barboni Hallik, who spent 15 years at Morgan Stanley, however, the experience was “fabulous”.

  ARTFORUM 03.06.20


The Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach, Florida, has selected Kristin-Lee Moolman as the 2020 winner of its biennial Rudin Prize for Emerging Photographers

VOGUE 03.06.20

#SuzyPFW: The Uncertain Charm Of The Bourgeoisie For Miu Miu, Giamba, And Haider

If I had managed to trap Miuccia Prada at the end of the Miu Miu runway, would she have talked to me about her disdain for the bourgeoisie? The collection was called ‘Toying with elegance’

DAZED 03.03.20

Everything that went down at Rick Owens’ latest runway show

Back at the Palais de Tokyo, Rick Owens hopped off his specially designed Moncler bus to debut his latest collection in the midst of PFW’s ongoing chaos. Unable to make the show? Here’s what you missed.

VOGUE 02.27.20

“This Show Marks My Third Anniversary At Chloé – I Now Have The Confidence To Show My Sensitivity”: Natacha Ramsay-Levi On AW20

“Everyone is obsessed with ‘storytelling’, and, I must say, I’m really bad at that,” Chloé’s creative director Natacha Ramsay-Levi tells Vogue, her apathy for modern-day marketing speak collapsing into self-deprecating laughter.

VOGUE 02.26.20

#SuzyPFW: Art And Feminist Inspirations From Dior

Woman Power is the overwhelming force in Paris. The messages at Dior were bold and clear – even before a single model stepped on a tent-floor, made from compressed copies of Le Monde, constructed by artist Claire Fontaine.

AnOther 02.25.20

How Peter Lindbergh’s Industrial Hometown Inspired His Photography

Featuring never-before-seen work, a new exhibition at Armani/Silos in Milan traces Peter Lindbergh’s revolutionary photography back to his hometown of Duisberg in West Germany

ID 02.21.20

Rianne Van Rompaey: "My biggest success is my growing sense of self-worth"

Is Rianne Van Rompaey the most fun and most fab model in the world? We think so. Well, we can’t think of anyone better, to be honest. She’s a beguiling mix of delicate beauty and fantastic joy.

ID 02.20.20

20 archive photography accounts to follow on Instagram in 2020

If there’s one thing, and one thing only, that productivity vortex Instagram is good for, it’s finding incredible imagery.

ID 02.18.20

Burberry AW20 was a melting pot of twisted British archetypes

There were a lot of ideas floating around in the 100 or so looks that Riccardo Tisci sent down the mirrored disco ball catwalk, centred around two grand pianos with Arca overseeing musical proceedings.

DAZED 02.06.20

An Exclusive First Look At Rihanna’s Latest Fenty Campaign

Featuring trans visibility activist and former Dazed 100-er Kai Isaiah-Jamal and journalist Amy Sall, the new series focuses on the concept of freedom.

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