Feeling The Pinch

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As economic travails hit consumers hard, retails are dealing with the consequences.

From This Issue

A rendering of The Shops at Santa Anita Park from Caruso Affiliated.


It Takes a Village

Old style shines in mall development.

clock June 30, 2008Anne Riley-Katz

Wal-Mart is the nation's most frequently visited retailer as well as the largest in volume.

Marketing and Promotion

A Delicate Balance

Frequent visits don’t always translate into customer loyalty.

clock June 30, 2008WWD Staff

Sixty-seven percent of consumers rated online shopping as "excellent" or "very good."


Casting a Wide Net

E-tail surges as customers crave convenience.

clock June 30, 2008Cate T. Corcoran

Specialty retailers picked up six points among teens as the channel shopped most often.


Getting the Blues

Jeans remain a coveted category – although challenges lie ahead.

clock June 30, 2008Ross Tucker

Victoria's Secret remains the top innerwear specialty retailer.


Intimate Destination

Innerwear holds on in challenging times.

clock June 30, 2008Karyn Monget

Wal-Mart once again led all stores as the most regularly shopped for casualwear.


Casual Encounter

Americans love their weekend wear.

clock June 30, 2008Rachel Lockwood

Off-pricers like TJ Maxx capture shoppers who still want better ready-to-wear brands at lower prices.


Dress It Up

Ready-to-wear – especially dresses – remains a bright spot at retail.

clock June 30, 2008Rosemary Feitelberg

Rising food prices have taken dollars away from apparel budgets.


Thoughts for Their Pennies

Americans are paying increased attention to how they spend their money.

clock June 30, 2008Jeanine Poggi


How The Survey Was Done

Gas prices are through the roof, food prices are surging, Americans are mired in a housing crisis. So how is a retailer supposed to entice shoppers for the…

clock June 30, 2008WWD Staff


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clock May 11, 2021Rosemary Feitelberg

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