The retail industry is in dire straits, but all is not lost.
Speakers included Tom Chapman, Deborah Nicodemus and Sharmadean Reid.
J. Crew is cutting staff and working to hone its products and respond faster to customer demands.
The New York-based retailer is eliminating 250 positions primarily from its headquarters.
As e-commerce and social media continue to transform retail, Canadian interior designers Diego Burdi and Paul Filek still see consumers finding more “authentic” brand experiences in brick-and-mortar.
The latest collection comes from the new film, ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle.’
Balancing temporary and permanent tenants is key.
The new shop-in-shops bring the total number to about 650.
The company said it wants to focus on consumer goods, rather than fashion.
Overall tax-free shopping in the area rose 39 percent in the January-to-March period, according to the London Luxury Quarter.
Brands matter, experiences matters and the store still matters as retailers scramble to make it through the current industry down cycle.
The one-month pop-up with Net-a-porter is an online first for Cartier.
The retailer’s ceo talked about the competitive landscape and how Macy’s is responding.
How the link between liberal arts and technology is driving Apple’s overall store strategy.