Facilitated by Business of Fashion, this call follows on the heels of Tuesday's open letter and proposes changes to runway shows, the fashion calendar and discounting.
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Plus, why brands are missing the mark with millennials and Gen Z.
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The legendary British "Vogue" and "Elle" stylist is offering an online course through Business of Fashion.
Anna for president.
Plus, how BoF's #TiedTogether is raising money for the ACLU and UNHRC.
This is why you may see a lot of white bandanas in the next few weeks.
It's a lot of hard work, yes, but it's about relationships too.
Plus, Super Saturday sales fail to hit holiday targets.
Plus, Barneys taps "Teen Vogue"'s Marina Larroudé as its new fashion director.
Plus, how "see now, buy now" is impacting the rest of the industry.
Plus, Alana Hadid (half-sister of Gigi and Bella) tells us about her new fashion collab.
The business publication is staffing up in a significant way.
And Gemma Ward is becoming an editor.
And Nordstrom joins the trek north to Canada.
The beauty site is down two founders but up one COO.
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Bruno Pavlovsky, Chanel's president of global fashion, sat down with the The Business of Fashion's Imran Amed for the latest installment of the site's CEO Talks. Chanel is one of the few brands (along with Celine) that doesn't sell online, so Amed asked Pavlovsky point blank: Why doesn't Chanel have ecommerce? Will it ever?