Young and emerging brands are seeking more sustainable ways to work with indigenous artisans to support and promote their craft.
As the gap widens between the best-performing companies and the rest, M&A activity will increase as leaders manoeuvre to take market share, unlock new opportunities and expand capabilities.
At a time when retailers usually try to lure shoppers with festive music and decorations, the luxury department store has amped up its website and — in a very out-of-character move — plans to drive traffic through flash sales.
This week, Kelley Carter was named home fashion director of the American department store chain, while Simon Holloway exited Agnona after five years at the brand.
From Macy's to Target, many businesses in the US are grappling with higher expenses related to e-commerce.
As the company refocuses its prospects on China amid the pandemic, more than 75 percent of the 400-person staff has been let go, while 18 out of 19 stores are closing. But the contemporary brand's business model was challenged long before Covid-19.
This week, Karl-Johan Persson steps down as H&M CEO, while Levi’s appoints a data scientist from Apple to its board.
The New York-based ‘merchant prince’ speaks with BoF’s Lauren Sherman about discount culture and how tapping into the zeitgeist helped turn around brands like Gap and J.Crew.
Threatened by strong e-commerce sales, US department stores went big on their holiday window displays in an effort to draw in consumers.
Men are sporting thigh-baring shorts at a rate not seen since the days of John F. Kennedy Jr. and Tom Selleck. But does the trend have legs?
From the battle for Manhattan to the battle for survival, Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom and others may look radically different by the end of the year.
This week, Delpozo announces its new creative director, while Deciem’s former chief financial officer has returned to the company.