A protracted legal fight has kept iconic signage up on a location that has not been a Fred Segal store since 2017.
Facebook lets small businesses offer paid tickets for online events, while criticizing Apple for taking a cut.
The centuries-old retailer will be sold to SPARC, the ABG-Simon Property Group joint venture, but vendors and employees ponder their future.
A creative with a strong background in sportswear will be hired before the end of the year, according to new owner, ABG’s Jamie Salter.
The ceo of the e-commerce platform said Amazon is not yet getting traction with the luxury crowd.
Plastic-free packaging is a goal for Prana, Mara Hoffman, Outerknown in new initiative. What about the others impacted by coronavirus?
Data suggests consumers’ increased interest in private label products and economic uncertainty could cause a significant pivot.
The school is reconfiguring its internship program with the help of fashion leaders.
Together the two platforms aim to offer consumers seamless end-to-end returns.
The industry is still a long way from normal with consumer confidence sagging as the coronavirus spikes in certain regions.
More shoppers are going online, seeking contactless tech and value hunting, Google said. Expect those behaviors to lead into holiday 2020.
Small businesses are trying to reopen, despite concerns about safety going forward.
Gen Z isn’t the only generation demanding a change for sustainability.
The Extraitastyle site will launch on Sept. 1 with 80 ready-to-wear and accessories labels.
Companies slashed their marketing budgets due to the pandemic, impacting the whole media industry.
Shoppers are slowly returning to brick-and-mortar stores, according to Adobe’s Digital Economy Index.
Meanwhile, turnaround plans continue for the Coach, Kate Spade and Stuart Weitzman parent company.
Natural Fiber Welding is transforming the reuse of natural fibers, such as cotton waste, into patented, high-performance materials.
While some tweaks were made to the duties in the Airbus dispute, wool suits and cashmere sweaters are still caught in the middle.
The brand tapped photographer Raven Varona to shoot New York City-based creatives in their home borough in the new collection.
Credit Karma weighs in on how to strategically budget during the pandemic.
According to Coresight Research, stimulus checks were spent on critical needs.
She has been Nike’s vice president of global talent and organizational effectiveness.