Retailers once more added to their payrolls as stores started to open back up.
Now is the time to amplify black voices when discussing widespread changes that need to be made.
A by-the-numbers look at the proportion of black people in the industry’s ranks.
From virtual showrooms and efficient logistics to circular economy, WWD offers a roundup of the most interesting solutions on the market.
The raw nerve touched by the death of George Floyd needs to shock fashion into action to take on racism, experts say.
Brother Vellies founder Aurora James has established the 15 Percent Pledge, calling on big retailers to commit shelf space to black-owned businesses.
Fashion was both hit hard by looting and showed heart as companies experiencing damage took strong stands against racism.
After partnering two years ago, Laspata DeCaro and DCC have formed a new entity: Btwn 5th & 6th.
The “buy now, pay later” provider said consumers can simply check a box on the app to donate a $1 to the program.
Recycling startup Retrievr makes an open call to fashion brands to partake in the recycling journey in Philadelphia.