David Moin

David Moin has been covering the retail industry and related sectors for WWD for three and a half decades. He feels fortunate to be living in New York, the world’s most dynamic retail landscape, giving him an edge into the ebb and flow of the consumer economy and a headstart covering anything from a store opening to a bankruptcy and all the good and bad in between. “It’s a turbulent, fast-moving industry, a mix of art and science, with lots of news, many interesting people and always new players.” Prior to joining WWD, he worked on weekly community newspapers in pre-gentrified Brooklyn, completed an internship at the Smithsonian Institute tracking its media coverage, and worked on a farm in Maine.

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Hudson's Bay in Toronto.


Hudson’s Bay Takes the 15 Percent Pledge

Twenty-two retailers so far have committed to the 15 Percent Pledge.

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The women's home page on saks.com


Saks.com Gets $465M in Financing to Fuel Growth

The funding should help saks.com compete in what’s become a vibrant, resilient sector with an escalating battle to win over customers.

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The Saucony Endorphin collection from Wolverine World Wide.


Wolverine World Wide Sees 2021 as ‘Breakthrough’ Year

The diversified footwear and apparel company has raised its outlook for the year after experiencing a strong first quarter.

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An image from Gap Nxt Gen campaign.


Gap Inc. CEO Talks Inclusivity, Purpose and Profits

Sonia Syngal said Gap Inc.’s three-year vision is to grow purpose-led, billion-dollar lifestyle brands that shape people’s way of life.

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Ella Emhoff in Jil Sander, for Bergdorf Goodman's pre-fall campaign.


Bergdorf’s Blends Luxury and a Slice of New York

Bergdorf’s says its marketing is weighted toward “storytelling” to better resonate with customers.

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The Jeffrey Fashion Cares runway show at Phipps Plaza.

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Bullish Simon Boosts Outlook

American Eagle Outfitters, Prada, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Levi’s, Rue 21, Marc Jacobs, Bottega Veneta and Saint Laurent were cited as performing well.

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Macy's vision for making Herald Square more pedestrian friendly.


Macy’s Announces Herald Square Upgrade

Macy’s is eager to elevate the Herald Square ambience and encourage greater traffic to its flagship.

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Lee Abraham 2nd, Associated Merchandising Corp., Dies at 93

The retail merchant rose from a department store floorwalker to the head of a powerful international sourcing and consulting organization.

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Mallet Sneakers Launch in North America

Tommy Mallet has global ambitions.

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Marci Zaroff, founder of sustainable brands Seed to Style and Farm to Home, appears on QVC.


Qurate Scores ‘Blowout’ Quarter

Last quarter was the company’s best since early 2018 when QVC and HSN merged to form the Qurate Retail Group.

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Retail’s Rebound Sustained Through April

Americans are spending again, eager to go out again, and reconnect with friends and family.

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Tanger Outlets Riverhead is among Tanger's most productive centers.

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Tanger Posts Q1 Profit as Traffic Trends Improve

Tanger’s CEO said the company’s portfolio of open-air centers reached 97 percent of 2019 levels during the first quarter of 2021.

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The look of Ssense Kids.


Ssense Keeps It Curated With Kids Launch

Ssense Kids children’s fashion emphasizes designer labels, gender-neutral styles and exclusives from brands that don’t otherwise create children’s wear.

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Intermix San Francisco


More Streamlining: Gap Inc. Sells Intermix

The sale enables the corporation to sharpen its focus on Old Navy, Gap, Banana Republic and Athleta.

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NEW YORK, NEW YORK - MAY 01: A jogger jogs past the Fifth Avenue Blooms Mother's Day installation in front of The Apple store on May 01, 2021 in New York City. (Photo by Michael Loccisano/Getty Images for Fifth Avenue Blooms Mother's Day Installation)

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What’s Blooming on Fifth Avenue?

Thousands of colorful flowers bring a cheerful spirit to Fifth Avenue and set the mood for Mother’s Day.

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