The online retailer will donate 20 percent of the sales of a range of exclusive capsule collections to the Italian association.
The product curation on the retailer’s web site spans categories.
The need to look good from the waist up, quickly elevate casualwear — and the widespread popularity of “Normal People” — have seen online sales for chain necklaces spike across price points and consumer demographics.
A b-to-b delivery business, Toshi partners with brands and retailers to offer at-home, on-demand services such as pinning and fitting. Customers can also try on different sizes and styles while assistants wait.
The pandemic did not stop the upward trajectory of online sales for watch and jewelry, as both categories are thriving at Farfetch, Net-a-porter, Moda Operandi and Threads Styling.
The Milan-based luxury fashion label makes women’s ready-to-wear, men’s wear, intimates and activewear.
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.
Targeted product recommendations are helping to ease supply chain woes.
The fleet, whose vans are emblazoned with the phrase: “Fashion that delivers,” will be used to transport supplies to vulnerable, socially isolated communities.
The British government has said online retail is still “open and encouraged,” while postal and delivery services should run as normal, despite disruption from COVID-19.
Sweatpants sales have surged as Americans spend more time at home to curb the spread of coronavirus.
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The California-based apparel brand crossed $1 million in sales in its first year in business and is opening its first store in Los Angeles.