London, United Kingdown – At the beginning of the week, Business of Fashion (BoF) spoke to Supreme mastermind James Jebbia about the label’s new Paris store and his approach to global expansion. We also examined the colossal Chinese wedding market and the opportunity for Western brands and weighed the case on whether restoring makes sense. Catch up on these stories and more.
In a rare interview, the press-shy founder speaks exclusively to BoF about Supreme’s new Paris store — set to open later this week — and the company’s homegrown approach to global expansion.
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