Turns out there’s no one-size-fits-all answer.
Chad Kessler, global brand president, talks product, stores, brand values and enriched customer connections.
With income about a third of what it was last year, the company revised its fourth-quarter outlook.
Former employees who were pregnant or disabled say they were discriminated against.
The survey polled more than 4,700 consumers and 1,200 store associates.
But analysts say the retail group has more work to do.
A+O is suing the Betsey Johnson company for copying its trademarked “StaceFace.”
Sustainable and conscious-driven fashion takes center stage while organizers double down on core missions.
The rapper says the panel doesn’t have enough African Americans.