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Fashion's Game of Musical Chairs Quickens in Paris

The spring shows feature debuts at four major brands, prompting reflection on the pace of designer change.

clock 10hMiles Socha

Retail

Tough Times for Neiman's as Firm Battles 'Challenges'

The luxury chain has been battling the luxury malaise.

clock September 26, 2016David Moin

Retail

Focusing on Spring, Buyers Praise Milan's Creative Energy

The city has not lost its sizzle, once again led by Prada and Gucci.

clock 18hWWD Staff

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CallisonRTKL Sets Unit to Enliven Stores

The design firm says it has a solution for retailing’s “sea of sameness.”

clock September 9, 2016David Moin

As part of its holiday assortment, Saks is selling a Martone Cycle Co. bicycle.

Merchandising

Bruised by Christmas 2015, Stores Cautiously Shift Assortments for Next Holiday Season

Inventories are being kept tight in hope of increasing full-price selling and reducing markdowns.

clock August 24, 2016David Moin

Mood Media's technology allows consumers to help choose in-store playlists.

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Mood Media’s Latest Lets Shoppers Control In-store Playlist

The company said the most popular songs chosen by shoppers will rise to the top of the playlist.

clock August 24, 2016Arthur Zaczkiewicz

The American Field pop-up in Atlanta.

Merchandising

American Field Pop-ups Expand West, South

San Francisco and Nashville will be added to the pop-up events this fall.

clock August 22, 2016Jean E. Palmieri

John Legend performing in the Oculus.

Merchandising

With Flair, Fun and Appropriate Solemnity, Westfield World Trade Center Launches

The urban development project was 15 years in the making.

clock August 17, 2016David Moin

Garnet Hill's mobile pop-up built out of a shipping container.

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Garnet Hill Goes on the Road With a Mobile Pop-up

Garnet Hill will test the waters for potential store openings.

clock July 25, 2016David Moin

Merchandising

Buyers Wait Longer, Scour Harder for Special Items

Specialty stores’ open-to-buys might be holding steady, but at this month’s Moda Manhattan and FAME trade shows, buyers reported they are looking more…

clock May 14, 2008Whitney Beckett and Marc Karimzadeh

Merchandising

Merchants Scour Shows for Holiday Hits

It’s only May, but at this season’s Intermezzo and Designers & Agents trade shows, the holidays were in the air.

clock May 8, 2008Julee Kaplan

Merchandising

Peter Alexander Flagship Set for Robertson Boulevard

Peter Alexander, known as the pajama king in his native Australia, is expanding on the West Coast, including a high-profile address on Robertson Boulevard…

clock May 7, 2008Anne Riley-Katz

Merchandising

Group USA to Convert Stores to Camille La Vie

Camille La Vie, the special occasion and bridal division of Group USA, is a testament to the resistance of weddings and other big celebrations to the…

clock February 29, 2008Sharon Edelson

Merchandising

Lines Rush to Fill Changing Bridge Space

Bridge has been a relatively sleepy sector as retailers struggle to find ways to reinvent it amid competition from the hot contemporary zone.

clock December 26, 2007Marc Karimzadeh and Whitney Beckett

Merchandising

Valentino Puts Accessories Up Front

Accessories, the fastest-growing business at Valentino, are spotlighted at the company’s newest store at NorthPark Center here.

clock December 17, 2007Holly Haber

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Lands’ End Stock Falls on CEO Marchionni’s Exit

clock September 26, 2016Arthur Zaczkiewicz

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