The ABCs of consumer spending.


Consumer Spending: Where Does Her Money Go?

When it comes to how and where consumer dollars are spent, not all income levels are created equal.

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Evie Live Partners With Independent Handbag Designer Awards

The winner of the Best Overall in Style and Design category is guaranteed to have a show on Evine in February 2016.

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Aldo Maria Camillo Said Leaving Cerruti 1881

The artistic director had joined in 2012.

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Even digitally reticent high-end brands such as Chanel are starting to sell online.


Luxury’s Digital Migration

Chanel — among the conspicuous e-commerce holdouts in luxury — plans to begin testing online sales of eyewear later this year in the U.S. ahead of a broader launch of online selling in 2016, WWD has learned.

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Outside a Gap store in Japan.


Gap Latest Retail Reinvention Story

Gap Inc.’s plans to leverage the success of Old Navy across its other brands is the latest move by a major retailer to attempt to recapture lost consumers.

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Chiara Ferragni’s glitter and leather slip-on sneakers.


Fall Accessories Trend: #Happy

Designers are now making it easy to wear your heart on your sleeve — or neck, wrist and even feet.

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Projected compound annual growth rate in sales, 2013-2018


Morgan Stanley Highlights Good Investment Companies

The bank released a list of 30 companies that could be a smart investment over the next three years.

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Holiday Weekend Expected to Spike Traffic, and Markdown Activity

For retailers in many sectors of the market, the weekend also means a sharp spike in store traffic.

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Cheap Monday, Rachel Comey, keds


Denim Trends Fall 2015: Playing the Blues

Designers riffed on denim in a range of ways for fall, from oversize silhouettes to funky prints.

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Think Tank: A Healthier Consumer Sector May Have the Wind at Its Back

It is difficult to overstate the crisis the American consumer faced at the onset of the Great Recession. Yet somehow over the past six years real household consumption managed to grow at an annual rate of 2.2 percent.

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