“Gossip Girl” costume designer Eric Daman has linked with resale shop ThredUp for styling boxes to give fans “on-screen looks sustainably.”
New data from PayPal reveals consumers are making purchases with specific events in mind.
Invite-only marketplace The Dematerialised and mobile shopping app start-up The Yes are embracing next-gen tech like NFTs and more.
Investors include “Black Panther” actor Winston Duke, former Refinery29 president Amy Emmerich, two former Glossier execs and venture capital firm Hannah Grey.
Fast fashion and “sustainable” clothing are increasingly losing to resale, according to ThredUp’s latest report.
Burberry and Pangaia are among the brands taking up the Fashion Avengers social campaign to champion sustainable fashion for the first year.
The brand, which was cocreated by TikTok stars and sisters Charli and Dixie D’Amelio, debuts May 20 at Hollister stores and Socialtourist.com.
Real Change Scholarship for Social Justice winners will each receive $10,000 to help fund college expenses.
Nike Swim President Kelly Hibler said the swimwear business is on track to have its best year ever.
Focused on shopping for young women, the upcoming app is part of Nike’s relatively new business incubator.
A new report says sustainable luxury, especially for Gen Z, means more resale, rental, visual supply chains and inclusive “think-fluencers.”
The retailer will host virtual mental health discussions between high school students and TikTok stars, such as Charli and Dixie D’Amelio.