Bryan Dicker discusses why he’s looking to focus Holland & Sherry’s collection, why sampling isn’t the quagmire that everyone says it is, and why the most important feeling in business is appreciation.
In the latest episode of the BOH podcast, licensing strategist Kate Verner shares why brands’ expectations are higher than ever, and why designers who want licensing deals must be patient and prepared.
In the latest episode of the BOH podcast—live at NYSID—designer and writer David Netto discusses the story of his career, the troubles facing print media, and the parallels between design and storytelling.
In the latest episode of the BOH podcast, Michael Phillips, the developer behind the Boston Design Center, gets real about how the design industry can better embrace change and cater to the modern consumer.
In the latest episode of the BOH podcast, designer and Dorothy Draper owner Carleton Varney shares lessons from working with famous clients, his philosophy on color, and why he’s not slowing down in his golden years.
In the latest episode of the BOH podcast, Fabricut VP David Klaristenfeld delves into the challenges and rewards of acquiring boutique designer brand Clarence House, the economics of sampling, and the state of the fabric world.