Brands high and low are hopping on the Instagrammable trend— but will fast fashion's cheap-and-chic options defeat them all?
Once a way to temporarily fill vacant storefronts, landlords and brands alike see pop-ups as a long-term fixture in the retail landscape.
Once the first word on fashion, the Manhattan-based department store chain has long used the power of its cool factor to ride through its financial turmoil. But following a 72 percent spike in rent for its Madison Avenue flagship, cool may not be enough.
Why the polarising style is trending at every segment of the spending spectrum.
A slew of wholesale-dependent brands are eager to shift their sales strategies towards direct retail — but it’s not easy.