As the pandemic reshapes the retail landscape, the role of buyers is changing too.
As yet another fashion retailer closes its doors, NSTO Chief Executive Chris Bossola breaks down the challenges facing the indie group and what they say about the state of the market.
Parent company NSTO said the multi-brand fashion retailers, which operate stores in New York, Seattle and Richmond, Va., would wind down operations over the next several months.
The indie-luxe retailers are joining forces in order to compete more effectively on a global scale.
Expanding a brand into high double-digit sizes comes with challenges. BoF looks at how to overcome the hurdles.
In a world where many brick-and-mortar stores are struggling, the ability to curate a buy for the quirks of local taste has given some independent retailers rare power.
The founder and former chief executive of Totokaelo, which opened an ambitious store in New York last autumn, is exiting the young luxury retailer, shortly after it was acquired by Herschel Capital Corp.
Young-luxury retailer Totokaelo, which opened an ambitious store in New York City last autumn, has entered into a deal with Vancouver-based Herschel Capital Corp., the owner of accessories brand Herschel Supply Co.
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On the eve of Totokaelo’s New York store opening and the launch of its own ready-to-wear line, the founder and chief executive talks about her start in Seattle, global expansion plans and why e-commerce is the most important part of her business.