The Pathways Program aims to provide support at all stages in the development of Indigenous fashion brands.
Ceo Jay Schottenstein reflects on fashion, the future of retail and plans for Aerie’s Jennifer Foyle to work with the AE brand.
Meanwhile, turnaround plans continue for the Coach, Kate Spade and Stuart Weitzman parent company.
The innerwear and activewear company sold $752 million worth of PPE, such as face masks and hospital gowns, during the quarter.
Bratspies will begin his tenure at the helm of the innerwear brand this August.
The additional features are meant to help small and medium-sized businesses compete with larger retailers amid the coronavirus pandemic.
More than 300 locations across North America will be open for curbside and storefront pickups by this weekend.
But for now, the retailer is navigating its way out of the crisis with curbside pickups, reduced inventory and possible rent abatements.
The intimates company is furloughing roughly 5,800 employees, even as it continues to ramp up production of facial masks.
Tens of thousands of TJX employees in North America will be out of work effective April 12, while executives take a 20 to 30 percent pay cut.
Associates will receive pay through June 1. Meanwhile, the athletic apparel retailer’s senior leadership team will take a 20-percent pay cut.
The list now includes Urban Outfitters, Patagonia, Everlane, Abercrombie, Glossier, Nike, Allbirds and Apple. Others have announced limited store hours.