Google tweaks product searches to “remove some of the unknowns” that can make shopping local nerve-racking.
The agreement pertains to the brand’s furniture category and Versace Home will be sold and distributed through a new global network that will include a showroom located in Milan’s Via Durini.
Multimedia Plus polled executives in the retail and hospitality sectors.
New owners, ABG and SPARC, are negotiating with former Brooks Brothers owner Claudio Del Vecchio on the lease of the flagship, while Michael Bastian is in the running to be the designer.
Most recently, she was vice president of sales at DKNY Sport and Donna Karan Active at G-III Apparel Group.
Unprecedented challenges are impacting the way Americans are saving and evolving spending habits.
LVMH said it expects to receive all requisite antitrust clearances “well before” the Nov. 24 deadline to complete the contested deal.
SimilarWeb’s Greg Malen shares insights into what’s fueling sales in the retail market.
In a big push to win over luxury houses, JD.com is leveraging its logistic network, low return rate, and high-spending user base in China.
Facebook offers new launchpad for business accounts across Facebook, Instagram and Messenger.
Michelle Gass discusses Kohl’s stores, market opportunities and leadership in a conversation with NRF’s Matt Shay.
Loop is taking its effort to curb single-use packaging national with expansion to 48 states.
This marked John Donahoe’s first annual shareholders meeting as ceo.
Fashion-technology start-up Heuritech released an overview report with data analysis firm Luxurynsight for brands to better understand China.
The French luxury group accuses Tiffany of “meritless allegations and aggressive misdirection campaign tactics.”
Laurent Malecaze joins Paris-based AZfashion from The Webster in New York.
Made in Italy Fund will boost the international business of Rosantica with a focus on the U.S.
Some panelists spoke of discrimination they have dealt with in their careers.
The monthly subscription box this summer saw two back-to-back breaches of shopper information, WWD has learned.
Facebook says Luxottica-designed smart glasses will arrive next year, while revealing plans for future AR glasses and new Oculus VR tech.
Shares of the Florence-based company closed up more than 8 percent after reporting its first-half figures, despite a challenging performance.
An expert from Berkley Asset Protection provides insights on the ongoing struggle to ensure timely and secure shipping amid COVID-19.
Simmons is representing several apparel and home decor lines.
Data from Honey provides insights into how Americans are changing how they shop and showcase thriftiness.
THG made its stock market debut on Wednesday, becoming the U.K.’s largest tech IPO and the biggest market listing for the past five years.
Having worked for Giorgio Armani, Gap and other fashion companies, the designer is working to employ and empower displaced garment workers.
Online sales grew 74 percent over the first half.