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Farfetch acquires New Guards Group for a staggering reported $675 million. Virgil Abloh, Marcelo Burlon, and Heron Preston are getting the last laugh.
“The store sometimes delayed for months payments to its smaller suppliers⁠—the kinds of brands that built its reputation as a place for exclusivity and discovery. New brands may be a financial risk for a large department store, but, as the company’s first bankruptcy demonstrated, it’s a financial risk for young ...Read More
" Celine Art Project, the curatorial endeavour signed by Slimane, which will bring site-specific artworks to each Celine store over the course of the next few months. " Seems like art mixed with select fashion corps, major retailers, and corporations is not just a trend but possibly the only way ...Read More
Writing the word “capitalism” on a name tag in a high-end fashion show for a company that sells $500 sweatshirts is not a critique that we can afford to take seriously.
An exercise in stating the obvious: luxury fashion houses subsist on banal accessories branded with logos, profiting off of their unusually high margins. Image-conscious consumers buy into “premium mediocre” items for the delusions of luxury they inspire, says Eugene Rabkin.
"Punk has been dead as long as I’ve been alive, which means we’ve been living in the 1990s for almost 30 years. The establishment that has grown out of this cultural dynasty looks very different than our classic image of the bourgeoisie. A new aesthetic now caters to the skaters ...Read More
A dive into the economics of furries. 🐯 "Prices for a partial suit comprising a head and arms began at $6000." ...Read More
“More than its fresh sound — a fusing of metal with punk — more than articulating a generation’s disillusionment with capitalist culture, the appeal of grunge, for me, was this: It reflected and ennobled the blue-collar world I knew.”
John Waters on his new self-help book “When you’re young, you don’t need designer clothes. You should be thinking up the worst thing you can, so that designers can copy you.”
First look at FENTY + an interview with Rihanna on her "millenial" business model and inclusive luxury sizing
‘The bride wore Dior and Oscar de La Renta for the four-day fête, and requested her 60 invitees dress only in “desert” colors, like “parchment” and “dune ecru" and "eucalyptus" to match the scenery.’
An interview with Ty Yorio, the head of NYFWs most experienced security detail "There was a time when people were literally slicing open the tents to sneak in. We had one young lady covered in mud one night – this was a season when it rained all week. I caught her sliding under the tent. I said, ‘This is a fashion show, what ...Read More