These were the buzziest, most impactful (and most controversial) brand and product debuts of the year.
James Bogart amassed what is believed to be the first complete collection of Supreme box-logo tees — the most valuable collection of Supreme to ever be offered in a single sale.
Plus, Julia Sarr-Jamois named fashion director at British "Vogue."
Because it's 2020 and why not?
Plus, how retailers can prepare for upcoming tariffs and a potential recession.
Plus, Forever 21 under fire for body-shaming after sending diet bars with orders.
Plus, Reformation lands on Net-a-Porter.
Plus, LVMH sued by in-house lawyer over harassment.
Plus, Supreme unveils its full Jean Paul Gaultier capsule.
Plus, American Eagle and Aerie may split.
Plus, the hard truth about inclusive beauty.
Plus, a teen successfully bid for the world's only complete collection of Supreme skate decks.
Plus, how Supreme Italia gets away with legal fakes.
Plus, why brands are missing the mark with millennials and Gen Z.
Plus, how Burberry's new fragrance is at odds with Riccardo Tisci's vision for the brand.
Plus, Farmland Foods calls out Supreme for copying its logo.
"It's a semi-accessible signifier that you're 'cool,' like a step up from shitty posters."
Plus, Prada reported rising sales, profit and income in first half of 2018.
Atlanta-based A Ma Maniére's new Washington, D.C. location is a streetwear shopping mecca topped off with a two-suite "hotel."
Plus, there's a new book on Supreme.
Plus, Marco Gobbetti outlines his goals for Burberry with Riccardo Tisci at its helm.
Plus, Gucci opened a brand new store in Soho.
Plus, The RealReal delves into the beauty space.
Plus, the Dazed 100 features Teddy Quinlivan, Anok Yai, Desmond is Amazing and more.