Unprecedented challenges are impacting the way Americans are saving and evolving spending habits.
Strong e-commerce sales and the addition of jewelry brand Pura Vida for the full quarter proved to be the crown jewels.
The country music star and his wife, Caroline, are now brand ambassadors for the apparel and innerwear company.
Stephanie Capuano, a London-based California native, struggled to find natural, non-abrasive skin and body care products for her adolescent boys, so she created 31st State, a brand tailored to Gen Z.
Searches for “USPS merch” were up 900 percent last month. “Young people” are part of the hype for saving the United States Postal Service.
Gap hooks Gen Z activists, adds sustainability options for teens and National Geographic kids capsule, among other moves for fall 2020.
The popular Nintendo game will embrace influencers for virtual pop-ups.
Gen Z isn’t the only generation demanding a change for sustainability.
The restaurant chain is upcycling its old avocado pits for its limited “Avo Dye” collection, while underlining its commitment to organically grown cotton.
Data from Boston Consulting Group and Highsnobiety provide insights into how culture is at the center of how young luxury consumers shop.
The 48-hour event will invite Cosmopolitan’s readers to shop incentives from Klarna’s 4,200 U.S. retail partners.
The pandemic is a defining moment in the lives of Gen Z consumers who remain constant, outspoken advocates for societal expectations and changes.
Consumer behavior report examines changes in Millennial spending habits in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
ThredUp’s latest 2020 report analyzes the acceleration of resale, in light of the coronavirus pandemic and economic recession.
Bluebell Group is more confident than ever about the Asian consumer as it further expands into new markets.