#VAMFFbiz – The InDetail* Wrap-Up: 10 June 2016

Before switching our professional minds off in preparation for a relaxing long weekend ahead, we’ve collated some of this week’s fashion business insights and news from around the world.

Celebrating industry successes, Marc Jacobs, Thome Browne, and Beyoncé were three winners acknowledged at the 2016 CFDA Awards, while on a more local stage, Samsung, YouTube and Coles have pinched spots in Australia’s 2016 Most Influential Brands list.

We’ve also gained advice from some trusted friends this week with law firm K&L Gates warning brands about the potential legal ramifications of paid posts on social media and the Collective Hub providing some top productivity tips for freelancers working from home.

Finally, as London Collections: Mens kicks off one of the biggest months for Men’s fashion for the year today, Business of Fashion questions whether the male orientated fashion weeks will be around for much longer.

The full CFDAs winners list // via Harper’s BAZAAR AU

Coles, Aust Post among most influential brands list // via Inside Retail

Bloggers: Cash for Comment // via ragtrader

5 things successful freelancers do at home // via Collective Hub

Are Mixed Gender Shows the End of Men’s Fashion Weeks? // via Business of Fashion

Featured image by Lucas Dawson Photography


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