Business of Fashion ruffled by ‘bias’ allegations | Business – The Times

Imran Amed says the Business of Fashion’s morning email can become an “addiction”. Just before 6am, six days a week, his website’s newsletter — a selection of essential links from other publications plus BoF’s own articles — drops into the inboxes of 600,000 subscribers. The accessories designer Anya Hindmarch told Vogue magazine a few years ago: “It’s the first thing I read every day in bed, before I even see my children, I’m ashamed to admit.”

Since 2007, when Amed started blogging from the sofa of his flat in London’s Notting Hill, BoF has become a disruptive and influential force in global fashion, with scoops such as the departure of designer Phoebe Philo from the French label Céline. Along the way it has garnered backers


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