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26
Dec
To round off the year, we revisit the articles that sparked the most debate,
yielded the biggest insights, and got the fashion industry talking in 2017.
Today, we highlight some of the top beauty stories.
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21
Dec
BoF’s Colin McDowell shares his essential holiday reading list, from ‘Schiaparelli and
the Artists’ to new retrospectives on Calvin Klein and Yves Saint Laurent.
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20
Nov
From Grace Wales Bonner to Kenzo, this season’s most successful video campaigns
shied away from the product-driven narrative, taking a more cinematic approach instead.
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23
Sep
Ugly ‘Dad’ Sneakers Luring Luxury
Several established luxury houses including Balenciaga, Dior Homme and Lanvin have
turned to chunky footwear as they target increasingly street-savvy consumers.
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04
Sep
NYFW: The Shows returns to Skylight Clarkson Sq this September 7 – 13.

See the full designer lineup and schedule: bit.ly/NYFWSept2017#NYFW

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10
Jul

Where Plastic is Fantastic: The World’s Cosmetic Surgery Capitals

From Tehran to Taipei and Beirut to Brazil, the $20 billion global cosmetic surgery
industry is quite literally changing the way the world looks.
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01
Jul
This season’s best fashion videos included videos from Gucci, Nike and Gap.
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26
Jun
Digital media and the rise of niche players have disrupted the makeup and skincare categories.
Is haircare next?
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07
Jun
Fashion brands are adapting their marketing strategies for a digital reality that goes
far deeper than online sales.
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13
May
Best known for his dramatic hair sculptures for Comme des Garçons, the quiet creative was
the first to purposefully make hair look dirty, using potions of grease, vodka, clay or powder.
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