BY KATE ABNETT
Physical retailers must stage experiences, embrace omnichannel and harness data to meet the needs and desires of today’s constantly connected, time-poor luxury consumers.
BY LIMEI HOANG
British television presenter and model Alexa Chung is set to launch a contemporary-priced line that will hit retailers in May 2017, BoF can exclusively report.
“‘Second-hand used to have a stigma. Today it has none: worldwide last year $200bn dollars of personal luxury products went into the market.'”
The Financial Times
“Can the sports brand counter sluggish sales and shrinking market share by reaching more female customers?”
“‘I don’t think these are trophy assets. Rather, I see these brands as relatively small. Their acquisition [is] a bet on their potential growth, given appropriate management and resources.'”
“The story of how personal styling e-commerce startup Keaton Row had to start from scratch and recalibrate its entire model is a telling one for early-stage companies.”
“It used to be that products would last for years, brands for decades, and companies for eras. Now products come and go in a matter of months, brands are launched and shuttered in years, and companies may count themselves lucky to last more than a decade.”
Harvard Business Review
BY ROBB YOUNG
To accompany the launch of the BoF 500, Robb Young examines how an omnipotent cartel of deep-pocketed families have managed to anchor themselves in the lucrative fashion markets of the Gulf States.
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