The Daily Digest

  1. Nordstrom Buying a Website for Men’s Wear

    “As retailers have come up with new ways to target men, Nordstrom has been riding the wave. It plans to …More

  2. Luxury That’s From Africa, and for Africa

    “[Hanneli Rupert's] answer was Okapi, a leather-goods line that says it is the first Made in Africa luxury …More

  3. When Is ‘Prefall’? As Soon as You Want It to Be

    “‘Buy now, wear now’ is such an important mantra in our industry,” said Ken Downing, the fashion director of Neiman …More

  4. Yoox’s Online Luxury Niche Attracts Amazon

    “The $1.6 billion company, which operates e-commerce sites for designer brands including Armani and Moncler, …More

  5. Companies With Benefits

    “Many B corps are also committed to a specific social mission. Warby’s production and distribution is …More

In Paris, The Broken Arm Attracts Insiders

The Broken Arm boutique in Paris | Source: Courtesy

In the year and a half since its opening, The Broken Arm in Paris has become a magnet for the same mix of industry creatives that frequent influential concept stores like Colette thanks to its focused, personal buys, popular in-house café and a local-global outlook that gives the store a “double rhythm.”

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Amazon to Invest Extra $2 Billion in India as E-Commerce Race Heats Up

Amazon shipping warehouse | Source: Reuters

Amazon.com Inc. on Wednesday said it will invest a further $2 billion in India just a day after the country’s largest e-tailer Flipkart attracted $1 billion of fresh funds, raising the stakes in a nascent but fast-growing e-commerce sector.

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