Data from Cardify.ai serves to uncover who the evolving consumer is in the BNPL space.
Online giants with deep pockets will alter the shape of the British high street as they snap up ailing brick-and-mortar chains, and recast the retail experience.
Given the still-high number of cases in Los Angeles, it’s unclear that things like outdoor dining and salon services will return immediately.
President Joe Biden pursued an executive order meant to incentivize domestic manufacturing, a move hailed by national textile lobbyists.
Luke Bahrenburg has been named head of luxury sales and executive vice president and chief revenue officer of Robb Report.
Thirty fellows will be chosen for the company’s eight-month “Fellowship for Change” program.
The British bootmaker is joining a raft of fashion and accessories brands tapping into the buoyant public markets.
The pure-play online giant has made a habit of buying struggling British high street retailers at knockdown prices, and moving their businesses online.
Foreign direct investment in the retail/apparel sector fell by more than 50 percent and is expected to decline again in 2021, a U.N. study said.
Media figures are publicly questioning the firing of Lauren Wolfe, purportedly over a tweet showing support of Joe Biden.
Rupert has come under fire from a Swiss newspaper for getting an early vaccine from a clinic in which one of his companies has a financial interest.
The retailer said it is preparing to provide between 10 million and 13 million doses a month when vaccine supplies increase.
Joe’s Blackbook hosted a conversation between Stubbington and designer Robert Geller.
The longtime broadcast reporter and anchor started at NBC in Los Angeles in the late 1960s.
A former unnamed Guess model claims the company is protecting a “sexual predator” who assaulted her last year.
He will transition to a consulting role through the end of April.
New president Agnes Chu also announced a series of promotions within the entertainment division, while former president Oren Katzeff is understood to have left the company.
SimilarWeb’s rankings examine quarter-to-quarter growth of branded websites.
Euromonitor International’s list includes “thoughtful thrifting” and “craving convenience.”
Christiane Lemieux takes a deep dive into “the decade of home” — what it is and what it means for our culture.
Founded in 2013, the Shanghai-based Reclassified sells a variety of scented products via its over 100 retail outlets in 50 Chinese cities.
Executives from Flow Commerce and Citizens of Humanity joined WWD in discussing attracting and converting international customers.
The CEO says Saks was making changes pre-pandemic that have helped the business navigate through the crisis.
Rikard Frost is the Scandinavian label’s new CEO, effective as of April.
Salvatore Ferragamo shares rose in Milan on Thursday following the announcement.
David and Victoria Beckham’s businesses are growing at different speeds, but the couple are sharing the spoils, and took home a dividend of 14.5 million pounds in 2019.
“Simply, we deserve better,” said Natalie Meade, unit chair of The New Yorker Union.
Luxury spending in China might stagnate in the short term as strict rules are introduced to contain the virus ahead of Chinese New Year.
Engine Insights’ pulse of the American Consumer data reveals optimistic sentiment as the New Year begins.
Texworld’s digital winter edition focused on innovations and education in the textile industry.
The company is committed to social justice issues, local production and helping the incarcerated.
The retailer lays out its three-year growth strategy at the company’s Investor Day.
The newly formed company is helping brands and retailers accelerate digitalization.