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Business Features

Brands Accelerate Shift From Wholesale to D-to-c

The pandemic has quickened a process that has been going on for a while as brands rely more on their own e-commerce and physical retail.

clock April 6, 2021Jean E. Palmieri

Nike emphasizes the experiential.


Former Nike Executive Pleads Guilty in Criminal Case

The former marketing manager was terminated by the sneaker giant in 2018.

clock April 5, 2021Rosemary Feitelberg

Nike Sues MSCHF Over Lil Nas X ‘Satan Shoes’

Fashion Scoops

MSCHF Responds to Nike’s Lawsuit Over ‘Satan Shoe’

The brand was also temporarily ordered to halt production and sales of the controversial sneakers.

clock April 2, 2021Layla Ilchi

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Fashion Features

The New Solution to Cultural Appropriation? ‘Nothing From Us Without Us,’ Mexico’s Culture Secretary Says

“Behind a garment, there’s a cultural community,” Alejandra Frausto Guerrero said during a Fairchild Diversity Forum.

clock April 2, 2021Miles Socha

Nike Swim


EXCLUSIVE: Nike Swim Launches First Sustainable Swimwear Collection

Nike Swim President Kelly Hibler said the swimwear business is on track to have its best year ever.

clock April 1, 2021Kellie Ell


Fashion Scoops

Nike Building In-house Social Commerce App Aimed at Gen Z

Focused on shopping for young women, the upcoming app is part of Nike’s relatively new business incubator.

clock March 30, 2021Kali Hays

Nike Sues MSCHF Over Lil Nas X ‘Satan Shoes’

Fashion Scoops

Nike Sues MSCHF Over Lil Nas X ‘Satan Shoe’ Collaboration

The sneaker, which Nike was not involved in creating, has drawn mixed social media reactions for its satanic theme and use of human blood.

clock March 29, 2021Layla Ilchi

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Innerwear Brand Tommy John Taps Nike Execs

Beth Brown has been hired as VP of sales, while Melissa Ohm will soon begin as chief product officer at Tommy John.

clock March 29, 2021Kellie Ell

Lil Nas X Nike 'Satan Shoe' With Human Blood Causes Social Media Backlash

Fashion Scoops

Lil Nas X and MSCHF’s ‘Satan Shoe’ Is Getting a Whole Lot of Attention on Social Media

The MSCHF-designed Nike Air Max 97 shoe, which contains a drop of human blood, is causing a mixed reaction on social media.

clock March 29, 2021Layla Ilchi

A man uses his smartphone as he walks past an H&M clothing store at a shopping mall in Beijing, Friday, March 26, 2021. H&M disappeared from the internet in China as the government raised pressure on shoe and clothing brands and announced sanctions Friday against British officials in a spiraling fight over complaints of abuses in the Xinjiang region. (AP Photo/Mark Schiefelbein)

Business Features

Assessing China’s Xinjiang Cotton Fallout

At least six H&M stores have been shut in China, and Huawei removed Nike and Adidas from its app store over the weekend.

clock March 29, 2021Tianwei Zhang

Business Features

New Racial and Gender Pay Scorecard Gives Walmart, TJX an ‘F’

The pandemic shutdown and the subsequent financial fallout has magnified pay inequities.

clock March 23, 2021Rosemary Feitelberg

Curbside pickup at Macy’s in New York City on Black Friday, 2020.

Business Features

Macy’s Releases First Human Capital Report

Diversity and gender equity are among the areas highlighted in the new report.

clock March 22, 2021Rosemary Feitelberg

Bean classic pieces being sold by Todd Snyder.

Business Features

L.L. Bean Registers Record-breaking Revenue

The Freeport, Maine-based company had its strongest holiday sales in 20 years.

clock March 19, 2021Rosemary Feitelberg

In honor of International Women’s Day, Ba&sh has sold more than 2,100 units of these shirts.

Business Features

These Brands Are Doing More Than Dropping Capsules for Women’s History Month

Several brands are trying to help women in a variety of ways, including offering free business consulting for female entrepreneurs and donating to charities.

clock March 19, 2021Rosemary Feitelberg



Nike Sales Hit by Pandemic-driven Supply Shortages

The sneaker giant’s sales grew at a much slower-than-anticipated rate in its fiscal third quarter.

clock March 18, 2021Evan Clark

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