From seamless online-to-offline offerings to Metaverse-inspired installations, the standards of brick-and-mortar retail have evolved since the pandemic struck.
The industry’s opaque and sprawling supply chain does tremendous human and environmental damage. Companies offering new tools say they have solutions.
To welcome Theory to BoF Careers, we sit down with CEO and founder, Andrew Rosen, to talk about the company’s how the company is "defining the new modern".
How will middle-market labels that survive the pandemic convince shoppers their products are worth their price tag? The answer may be to get out of department stores — and tweak the narrative.
The owner of brands including Uniqlo and Theory also cut its full-year dividend outlook fro ¥480 ($4.41) per share, down from ¥500, as it reels from economic challenges beyond its key China market.
The fashion retail pioneer speaks with BoF Chief Correspondent Lauren Sherman about identifying a gap in US and international markets for contemporary clothing brands and investing in emerging designers.
This week, Liberty appoints its first chief marketing officer, while J.C. Penney continues its streak of executive hires with a new chief financial officer.
The founder will stay on as an advisor at the Fast Retailing-owned company.
In the quest to sell clothes, alternative approaches to storytelling are, for some designers, trumping the catwalk.
The once-coveted brand, controlled by Uniqlo-owner Fast Retailing, is shrinking its operations in a bid for profitability.
This week, IMG Models president Ivan Bart will also oversee the global fashion events business, while Theory taps Francesco Fucci as its new creative director.
The founder and chief executive of Theory has convened a SWAT team of rising stars to secure the future of the label. BoF unpacks the strategy.