Consumers are heading out to shops in residential areas, with 46 percent aiming to shop more locally in the long term than they did before the pandemic.
After stepping down from her role as chief executive, the founder of the direct-to-consumer activewear brand is now leaving the company altogether.
Existing investors, including General Catalyst, have provided a lifeline for the activewear label, which continues to lose money on customer acquisition as it struggles to broaden its audience.
The unexpected success of a seemingly niche item has strengthened the already-powerful Outdoor Voices brand. However, the label has a way to go in terms of scaling.
The captivating presentation, a collaboration with artist Daniel Arsham, revealed one of Kim Jones' greatest assets: his ability to draw such rare, precious and beautiful associations into the industrialised world of ready-to-wear.
The Los Angeles-based, direct-to-consumer shoe label has a new investor and a new plan to fix fashion’s broken supply chain.
The high-end department store launched a range of pot-themed products this week in the latest sign that the drug is moving up the social ladder.
Expenditure on clothes, recreation, transport and communication all dropped by more than 2 percent in November compared with a year earlier.
By contrasting a sun-bleached shorts suit with a sinuous, satin-y shift, Jonathan Anderson clarified the twin poles of the collection: pragmatic function, luxurious form.
High-end brands are implementing Supreme-style ‘drops’ to better connect with young consumers who crave newness at the speed of Instagram.
Karl Lagerfeld is adamant that his word is first and last at Chanel, so it would be thrilling to see him set himself some limits.
The designer nailed what's still poignantly irresistible about the genesis of the Sixties counter-culture.