Stores are set to open in the back half of 2021 as part of a partnership with Tel Aviv-based firm Delta Galil.
But across the retail industry, intimate apparel continues to be among the list of pandemic winners.
The lingerie e-tailer sells more than 160 brands across the intimates, lingerie, swimwear, shapewear and sleepwear categories.
Tel Aviv-based Delta Galil is expecting losses between $5 million and $7 million in the first half of 2020.
The premium denim brand sees growth through innovation, sustainability, digital and a campaign marking 20 years in business.
In Berlin, Amazon’s shoppers could use artificial intelligence to find the perfect jeans and strut along a digital runway. Despite enthusiasm from participating brands, it’s hard to know just how successful Destination Denim was.
The Los Angeles-based app, which launches today, secured $3.75 million in seed funding.
The global creative director at Seven For All Mankind has his own footwear and leather jacket brand named March NYC.
The new service, starting today, uses a mix of algorithms and human stylists to select wardrobe choices for members.
Suzanne Silverstein will join the denim label at the end of June.
Ceo Tim Baxter is seeking to develop a full lifestyle collection for the premium denim brand.