1. Why Raf Simons Loves Designing $30 Underwear: The rigorous Belgian designer has become known as a quiet renegade for his provoking yet lyrical work was given complete control over the creative console of this industrial machine — the first time it’s had a single operator since Calvin Klein, himself. – Read More on WSJ
2. How Christopher Bailey Transformed Burberry and Redefined Brand Revivals in the 21st Century: Bailey leapt to the forefront by harnessing every technical innovation that has hit the world in the digital age. Under his watch, a company formerly known as little more than an unexciting British producer of raincoats and checked scarves has exploded into the vast empire it is today. – Read More on Vogue
3. Clique Media Group, Owner of Who What Wear, Becomes A Bona Fide Fashion Brand: “Having spent over a decade getting to know our reader, we can now create products for them based on the data we collect,” says cofounder Katherine Power. – Read More on Fast Co.
4. Can we reset fashion’s moral compass? In an industry that pushes the boundaries of taste, how do we draw the line on issues of sexual impropriety? – Read More on FT
5. Even Gwyneth Paltrow Thinks Fashion Has Gotten Too Expensive: "This was born out of a frustration for where the price points have gotten in designer clothing. Not that I don't love Gucci, because I love, but it is bananas. It is so expensive. I also have noticed that if I buy something super expensive, then I am scared to wear it." – Read More on W
6. Why Haven’t Chinese Designers Taken Over the World Yet? – Read More on Highsnobiety