Christina Hammond

Business Features

Leveraging Connections — and Knowledge — to Succeed

From “multi-preneur” to “mom-preneur,” Christina Hammond’s career path is one that continues to evolve.

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Civil right advocates warn about the potential for a rollback of LGBTQ rights and workplace protections.


How Potential Changes to LGBTQ Rights Could Impact Fashion 

An increasingly conservative Supreme Court could reshape LGBTQ rights, with implications for the fashion industry.

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Danielle Bernstein


EXCLUSIVE: Danielle Bernstein Partners With Showfields for Curated Shop Featuring Small Businesses

The project comes amid a legal battle, accusing Bernstein of copying indie label The Great Eros’ designs.

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Cosmopolitan is launching a wine brand.


Cosmopolitan Magazine Launches Wine Brand

The idea predated the pandemic, but editor in chief Jessica Pels said the timing of the launch is spot on.

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An Amazon Prime logo appears on the side of a delivery van as it departs an Amazon Warehouse location, Thursday, Oct. 1, 2020, in Dedham, Mass., (AP Photo/Steven Senne)


Amazon Q3 Sails Past Expectations, Revenues Jump 37%

The pandemic has been better to Amazon than anyone realized, thanks to online shopping surges.

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Huntsman at Home relies on Toshi's business-to-business delivery services.


Heritage Tailor Deploys Chat Tech, Robotics to Serve Clients at Home

Savile Row’s Huntsman brings its heritage into the modern era with new Huntsman at Home suite of tech services. 

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Columbia's Black Dot Three Forks jacket.


Columbia Shuffles Leaders as Third Quarter Shows Improvement

The outdoors brand is focusing more on omni-channel initiatives as future growth opportunities.

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Mergers and Acquisitions

LVMH Seen Driving Tiffany More Upscale

Luxury analysts say the French group is likely to “re-enchant” the brand with renewed stores, products and leadership.

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Ralph Lauren at his Spring 2019 RTW show.


A More Focused Ralph Lauren for the Pandemic

The company, which is moving Chaps to a licensed model, started coming back in the second fiscal quarter with narrower losses.

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Alibaba announces its new approach to Singles' Day.


Alibaba Adds Three More Days to Singles’ Day Sale

New format to include two separate shopping windows, spaced more than one week apart, for customers to ring up their purchases.

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Saks Fifth Avenue Reconstructs Its E-commerce Experience

Digital growth and online innovation are critical to offset difficult business at stores and meet changing customer expectations.

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A shopper peers into a closed Pier 1 Imports store, Monday, Aug. 3, 2020, in Orlando, Fla. The chain plans to shutter all stores and liquidate due to COVID-19. Many beaches and businesses have reopened during the new coronavirus pandemic. (Phelan M. Ebenhack via AP)


Pier 1 Imports Finds New Life as E-commerce Only Site

Retail Ecommerce Ventures has retained the 58-year-old home goods retailer’s senior buyers for the relaunch.

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Molly Taylor and Kate Brems


Saks Off 5th Pumps Up Executive Team

The off-pricer’s new chief merchant previously worked at Century 21 and Nordstrom Rack.

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Kate Hudson Fabletics Girl Up Campaign


Fabletics Doubles Down on Retail With Rowing Machine Deal, More Stores

The pandemic has not made the athleticwear brand averse to physical retail.

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Ralph Lauren


Ralph Lauren Moves Chaps to Licensed Model, Narrows Losses

The firm’s second-quarter top and bottom line showed improvement over the first quarter.

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A French policeman stands guard near the scene of the knife attack at the Notre Dame church in Nice, France.

Government and Trade

France on Edge After New Terror Attack, Hours Before Lockdown

Three people were killed Thursday morning in the southern city of Nice, two inside the Notre Dame basilica.

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Kontoor Warily Eyes Recovery From COVID-19 Impact

The lifestyle company reported a dip in third-quarter revenues, but said it is expecting some recovery even as the pandemic continues.

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Coach store


Recovery Starts to Take Shape for Tapestry Inc., Parent to Coach and Kate Spade

The retailer logged a $231 million profit for the quarter, up from $20 million the same time last year.

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The FiloBlu HQ outside Venice, Italy.


Integration of Functions, Data Backbone Key to Support Business in COVID-19 Era

Christian Nucibella, founder and ceo of consultancy FiloBlu, believes a project-based, cross-functional mind-set is key to thrive.

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Bernard Arnault Alexandre Arnault Alessandro Bogliolo talking at Tiffany store.


Tiffany and LVMH Conclude New Deal

The parties agreed on new purchase price of $131.50 in cash per share and to settle their pending litigation.

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“The Future Streets” installation in the Meatpacking District.

Business Features

New York City Lends a Hand to Retailers With Open Storefronts Program

Several leaders of the city’s Business Improvement Districts have been calling on city officials to give stores more outdoor space.

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Roland Mouret and Arizona Muse


London’s Grosvenor to Invest in Retail, Food Businesses on Its Estate

The U.K. property owner is stepping up its game, and could soon take a stake in Roland Mouret.

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The Eiffel Tower.

Government and Trade

France Poised to Lock Down Again

The country, facing a surge in coronavirus cases, will shut down non-essential stores, among other measures.

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Balmain's Olivier Rousteing at Paris Fashion Week, set against a virtual front row equipped with LG displays.


LG FOMO Channel Makes Debut With Balmain’s Spring 2021 Paris Runway

Balmain’s latest Paris runway ushers in a new TV channel from LG, with a short film all about Lady Gaga’s “911” music video to follow.

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The Rue21 store in Tyler, Texas.


Rue21 Taps Bill Brand as CEO

The retailer needs to build up the digital side of its business and raise its profile but expects to exit 2020 with more profits than last year.

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Businessman hand showing shopping cart with smart phone, on line shopping concept. (GDA via AP Images)


Adobe E-Commerce Report: 2020 Holiday Spending Will Break Records

Online shopping will rake in $189 billion, a 33 percent year-over-year jump that equals two years of growth crammed into one season, Adobe said.

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The moodboard for Lanificio F.lli Cerruti fall 2020 collection.

Human Resources

Lanificio Fratelli Cerruti Gets New CEO

Filippo Vadda, a former Loro Piana executive, succeeds Paolo Torello Viera in the role.

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Top Political Reporters Talk 2020 Election So Far — and What’s Ahead

It’s been an election cycle like no other, and even less than a week from Election Day, it’s likely far from over.

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The latest colorful addition to Puma's RS line of sneakers.


Puma Q3 Results Underscore Activewear’s Resilience

Barring further drastic lockdown measures, the company expects a positive operating profit for 2020. 

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Boathouse Sports

Business Features

Boathouse Sports Sets Sights on Redefining Performance Wear

The Philadelphia-based brand hired Cindy DiPietrantonio as its new president and chief executive officer.

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Ned Sims wearing Palace photographed by his father ​David Sims​ for the i-D magazine 40th anniversary issue.


Alastair McKimm on Celebrating i-D Magazine’s 40 Years of Legacy

The editor in chief of the magazine said he has collected every issue since the first copy he bought after leaving Belfast in 1997.

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Loose Tiffany diamonds.


Price Cut Could Settle Tiffany vs. LVMH

The jeweler’s stock rebounded on reports that it would consider less than the $135-a-share price set last year.

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Business Features

Giving Back Is Still Important for Brands During the Pandemic

As companies struggle with steep wholesale declines, some brands are trying to connect more with consumers by holiday giving.

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j.c. penney store


J.C. Penney Lender Fight Shows Competing Bankruptcy Interests

The ongoing conflict between J.C. Penney’s lender constituencies reflects the ever-present struggles in a bankruptcy.

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Joanne Crevoiserat Tapestry


Joanne Crevoiserat Marks New Era for Tapestry As Permanent CEO

Crevoiserat, who has been serving as interim ceo since July, is the first woman to lead the fashion company that houses the Coach, Kate Spade and Stuart Weitzman brands.

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Shopify and TikTok will make it easier for merchants to lean on the short video platform.


TikTok, Shopify Announce New Partnership

Shopify merchants can now lean into social video much more easily, as TikTok takes another step toward becoming a Gen Z shopping mall.

clock October 27, 2020Adriana Lee

Nordstrom Local on Third Avenue in Manhattan


Nordstrom Local Bolsters Its L.A. Presence

Nordstrom Locals are seen in L.A. and New York and could surface in other metro areas around the country.

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Cynthia Daniels

Business Features

Black Business Friday to Launch Online Nov. 27

Two hundred Black-owned businesses will participate in the event, which is designed to bolster sales during the pandemic.

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Human Resources

Levi’s Realigning Around Direct-to-consumer Business

The ceo promoted key executives to focus in on brand and connect with consumers.

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Walmart’s Furner Prepares for Uncertain Future

The U.S. division’s president and ceo, John Furner, says the pandemic has led Walmart to “reimagine” how to serve customers more quickly.

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Young business woman working online e-commerce shopping at her shop. Young woman seller prepare parcel box of product for deliver to customer. Online selling, e-commerce.

Business Features

Brex Introduces Instant Payouts and Tailored Rewards

The offerings aim to unblock growth barriers in the e-commerce industry.

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tiffany store at night


Tiffany Stock Gains On Fresh Hopes For LVMH Deal

The jeweler’s stock has rebounded on reports that it would consider something more than $130 a share.

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Lisbon named Europe's green capital 2020

Business Features

Can Portugal Aid Fashion’s Sustainability Agenda?

A recent Sustainable Fashion Business conference held in Lisbon, Europe’s Green Capital 2020, highlighted how Portuguese manufacturing is equipped to help fashion supply chains become more sustainable.

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Closet Candy Boutique

Business Features

Closet Candy Boutique, Away and Tower SUP Make Top D-to-C List

SimilarWeb ranks the top sites by measuring average monthly site visits.

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E. Jean Carroll, left, who says President Donald Trump raped her in the 1990s, leaves the Daniel Patrick Moynihan United States Courthouse following a hearing in her defamation lawsuit against Trump, Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2020, in New York. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)


Trump Can’t Dodge E. Jean Carroll Suit, Judge Says

The President tried to argue that the Department of Justice should take over the case on his behalf.

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Business Features

Etsy Names Annual Design Award Winners

The winners were culled from 100 finalists.

clock October 27, 2020Rosemary Feitelberg

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Human Resources

Joanne Crevoiserat Named Tapestry CEO

She had been interim ceo since former chief Jide Zeitlin left the company in July.

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Sheertex hosiery tights


EXCLUSIVE: Sheertex ‘Unbreakable’ Pantyhose Raises $44 Million Despite Surge in Work-from-home Attire

Investors include H&M Co:Lab, the venture capital arm of the H&M Group.

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