retail

The campaign for Sarah Jessica Parker's collaboration with Kat Florence.

Fashion Scoops

Sarah Jessica Parker Sued for Allegedly Not Promoting Jewelry Line

Jewelry designer Kat Florence says Parker didn’t fulfill agreed-to promotional duties.

clock 13hKali Hays

A shopper loads her car after shopping at a Walmart in PittsburghWalmart, Pittsburgh, USA - 22 Feb 2018

Legal

Walmart Avoids $32 Million Trademark Ruling, for Now

An appeals court isn’t convinced that the retail giant used a smaller retailer’s trademark to confuse shoppers.

clock 18hKali Hays

Looks from the core Abercrombie & Fitch brand.

Retail

Abercrombie Aims to Be $5B Global Lifestyle Brand

The opportunities overseas include Europe at a $1 billion opportunity and China at $500 million.

clock 19hVicki M. Young

A liquidation plan will shutter 730 stores.

Retail

THE WWD LIST: Who’s Closing Stores in 2018

Retailers and brands typically realign their store fleets, but sometimes store closings are due to bankruptcies and liquidations.

clock 20hVicki M. Young

C/MEO

Retail

Australian Fashion Labels Founders on Steering a Business With a Steady Hand

The now 10-year-old contemporary design house is focused on China and the U.S.

clock 21hKari Hamanaka

Shoppers head into Target just after thei doors opened at midnight on Black, in South Portland, MaineHoliday Shopping Black Friday, South Portland, USA

Retail

Long Lines Cost Retailers $37.7 Billion in Last 12 Months

Adyen’s latest research revealed that convenience remains at the center of the shopping journey.

clock April 25, 2018Elizabeth Doupnik

FabFitFun

Retail

Think Tank: Putting the Subscriber First

Chris George, self-proclaimed serial entrepreneur and cofounder of The Gentleman’s Box, a subscription service that’s focused on men’s accessories, discusses.

clock April 25, 2018Chris George

Charming Charlie opened a store in Doha.

Financial

Charming Charlie Emerges From Bankruptcy

The plan of reorganization became effective on Tuesday.

clock April 24, 2018Vicki M. Young

Consumers were upbeat again in April.

Financial

Consumers Upbeat Again; Confidence Level Rises

Participants in the latest survey were upbeat about the jobs front over the next several months.

clock April 24, 2018Vicki M. Young

Big Data think tank

Business Features

Think Tank: The Case for Hiring a ‘Digital Anthropologist’

James Ingram, chief executive officer of Splashlight, explains.

clock April 24, 2018James Ingram

virtual reality

Technology

New Tool Taps VR for Store Remodeling

The latest platform from Symphony RetailAI enables stores to reimagine layouts according to analytics.

clock April 24, 2018Elizabeth Doupnik

Amazon's mobile app

Technology

Amazon Prime Members Can Now Forego Heavy Lifting

The newest service puts Amazon Prime members in the driver’s seat. Users of its key app will now be able to have items directly delivered to their backseat.

clock April 24, 2018Elizabeth Doupnik and Sharon Edelson

Outdoor Voices is introducing a running collection.

Fashion Scoops

Outdoor Voices Gives Shoppers a Jump on Running Collection With AR-Powered Trail Shops

The company’s founder and chief executive officer Tyler Haney is big on running and having fun.

clock April 24, 2018Rosemary Feitelberg

Passengers waiting at Gare de Lyon train station in Paris.

Business Features

France Beset With Strikes, but Retailers Shrug

A series of walkouts and protests over French President Emmanuel Macron’s sweeping labor reforms has yet to dent retail sentiment.

clock April 24, 2018Mimosa Spencer

Mergers and Acquisitions

Credit-checking Firm Credit2B Sold to Billtrust

Credit2B will operate as an independent subsidiary of Billtrust.

clock April 24, 2018Vicki M. Young

Load More Arrow

Essentialist

Today's Must Read

Business

Who's Closing Stores in 2018

clock 20hVicki M. Young

Social Studies