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How Fashion and Beauty Brands Are Giving Back for Pride Month 2020

Fashion Scoops

How Fashion and Beauty Brands Are Giving Back for Pride Month 2020

The Pride-themed collections and community-driven initiatives that are supporting the LGBTQ+ community.

clock May 29, 2020Layla Ilchi

Asos announced it will use augmented reality on product pages.

Technology

Asos Launches AR Tech on Product Pages

The retailer will now let online shoppers dress models virtually with augmented reality.

clock May 7, 2020Adriana Lee

Boohoo.com Melrose Los Angeles

Business Features

Britain’s High Streets in Peril as COVID-19 Ravages Physical Retail

The ailing Cath Kidston will shut all of its U.K. stores, with 900 job losses, and become a “digital-led” business, while online fashion retailer Boohoo had a bumper year.

clock April 22, 2020Samantha Conti

Higg Index

Business Features

Too Many, Too Confusing: What Does the Future Hold for Eco-Labels?

Today’s unruly crop of eco-labels are puzzling customers and proving too expensive and time-consuming for manufacturers to apply for. But as the sustainability certification sector evolves, solutions are emerging.

clock April 22, 2020Cathrin Schaer

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Business Features

British Government, Retailers Look to Control COVID-19 Damage

The British government has pledged 750 million pounds to charities, while businesses are moving to mitigate the impact of COVID-19.

clock April 8, 2020Samantha Conti

Fame Moda trade shows

Retail

Novelty Bags Make a Comeback at Fame, Moda Trade Shows

Meanwhile, fashion companies and brands fret over the coronavirus.

clock February 14, 2020Kellie Ell

Coco de Mer

Fashion Scoops

Luxury Lingerie Brand Coco de Mer Is Bringing People Together

London-based salons and a diffusion line with more affordable price points are just two of the ways.

clock January 10, 2020Kellie Ell

Mama Cax

Fashion Scoops

Model Mama Cax Has Died

The model, activist and blogger had worked for Rihanna, Tommy Hilfiger, Asos and Olay, among others.

clock December 20, 2019Kellie Ell

Amalli Talli

Fashion Features

Tall Order: Tackling Fashion’s Vertical Challenges

With all the talk of inclusion, fashion isn’t measuring up for tall girls.

clock December 19, 2019Kellie Ell

Holly Wright and Camille Perry

Fashion Features

Two Industry Insiders Look to Crack the Contemporary Market With Tove

Camille Perry and Holly Wright met while at Topshop and have plied their years of experience into the new collection.

clock December 2, 2019Samantha Conti

Frankies Bikinis x Kith collab

Street Style

Swimwear Takes a Cue From Streetwear With the Frankies Bikinis x Kith Collection

The latest collab showcases skimpy bikinis and other swimwear pieces that can be worn in or out of the water.

clock November 26, 2019Kellie Ell

Destination Maternity store

Financial

Destination Maternity Files for Ch. 11 Bankruptcy

It is unclear yet whether the maternity apparel retailer will close more stores. Meanwhile, the online maternity apparel market is growing.

clock October 21, 2019Kellie Ell

Shoppers

Business Features

The Four Personas of a Serial Returner

Navjit Bhasin, ceo of Newmine, discusses the four different personas of a Serial Returner.

clock October 4, 2019Navjit Bhasin

Martin McNulty ForwardPMX

Retail

Digital Forum: Retailers Should Stop Copying Amazon, ForwardPMX Exec Says

Instead, the growth-strategy firm suggests focusing on what makes the brand unique and finding new ways to communicate with consumers.

clock September 26, 2019Kellie Ell

Cashmere sweaters at Naadam.

Business Features

The Battle Over Where Cashmere Sweaters are Spun

Mongolia is trying to capitalize on the U.S.-China trade war to get a bigger slice of the multimillion-dollar business.

clock September 20, 2019Kathryn Hopkins

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A shopper waits for the doors to open at the Galeries Lafayette flagship on Boulevard Haussmann in Paris.

Business

Galeries Lafayette Reopens Boulevard Haussmann Flagship

clock May 30, 2020Joelle Diderich

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