Inventories are being kept tight in hope of increasing full-price selling and reducing markdowns.
The music star had launched the collection last February during New York Fashion Week.
Retailers lag in comprehensive marketing to shoppers.
The Diffusion Group’s study revealed that consumers spend more than 50 hours a week using a screen such as a TV or smart phone.
Spending on clothing is expected to rise 3 percent, while electronics spending should be up 20 percent.
Sandra Horbach just got a big job: cohead of the U.S. buyout team at The Carlyle Group, the private equity giant with $176 billion under management.
Brazil’s apparel sales are expected to fall 25 percent this year, while Mexico’s will grow 10 percent.
Global, European spend by tourists down in the double digits.
The social media analytics company today releases the first of what will be monthly reports analyzing the top 2,500 influencers on its platform of more than 8,900 models, bloggers, musicians, actors and others.
Euromonitor said the “substitution effect, where tour operators shift capacity away from troubled hotspots to more stable countries, is visible.”
The retailers are not only loved by shoppers, they are becoming Wall Street favorites.