Virgil Abloh & the Power of Clout: How Fashion’s Hottest Designer is Using his Cult Following and Artistic Genius to Bring Louis Vuitton into the 21st Century

As the creator of Off-White, Virgil Abloh has become renowned for making streetwear chic. Now, the designer of the world’s most coveted brand is facing a new challenge: modernizing Louis Vuitton’s menswear by synthesizing his avant-garde designs with the heritage Maison’s timeless silhouettes.

The Prada Predicament: Is The Ailing Italian Icon Ripe for an Acquisition?

Following a lackluster few years characterized by declining sales, disappointing stock performance, and vain attempts to revive the brand’s image, Prada is well-positioned for a buyout. So, which luxury conglomerate will take the bait?

The Monopoly Man: How Bernard Arnault and his LVMH Empire are Eliminating Competition in the Luxury Market

With 75 brands spanning 6 sectors, from Fashion & Leather Goods to Selective Retailing, and boasting heritage houses like Dior and Louis Vuitton, Bernard Arnault’s LVMH is the largest fashion conglomerate ever and the second most valuable company in Europe. However, as Arnault ramps up acquisitions, it begs the question: has LVMH become a monopoly?

How Coronavirus is Disrupting the Fashion Industry

The health crisis in China has left many luxury brands scrambling.

The New Bottega Veneta

How British Designer Daniel Lee Has Reinvented The Iconic Italian Brand And Resuscitated Its Revenues